Boy Refuses To Let A Disease Hold Him Back, Makes Jaw-Dropping Cover Of Eminem's 'Not Afraid'

You've never heard a version like this before.

Meet Sparsh Shah, your next favorite YouTube celebrity and an inspiring human being all around.

Sparsh, 12, was born with osteogenesis imperfecta, an incurable disease that makes his bones extremely fragile and brittle. Since birth, he's already experienced more than 125 fractures and is currently wheelchair bound.

But do you think that stop Sparsh from exercising his talents and doing what he loves the most, which is singing? NA-AH.

Sparsh, whose rapper avatar name is PURHYTHM, has already produced his own original songs, as well as published some awe-inspiring covers of famous tracks. But his latest take on Eminem's "Not Afraid" really takes the cake.

"I feel like 'Not Afraid' has been my power song ever since I heard it for the first time and Eminem became my idol in the rap genre. He has inspired me so much with his powerful songs and lyrics (minus curses), and I aspire that one day, I could get to meet him and sing (or rap!) with him," Sparsh writes about the video.

Check out this unique version of Eminem's "Not Afraid," infused with Sparsh's creative touch: