Everyone loves Dua Lipa’s “New Rules” — the triple-platinum certified jam has an infectious beat and relatable lyrics. (Who hasn’t told themselves, “You know he’s only calling ’cause he’s drunk and alone”?)
And the music video is pretty darn queer.
It’s already inspired dozens of cover videos: Jake Wilson and his posse recreated video back in November.
And there was this “low-cost” version from about the same time.
But deaf interpreter Brandon VanDriesen is giving the song a new spin with his ASL interpretation.
VanDriesen’s clip has garnered more than 450,000 views and 7,600 shares since VanDriesen posted it last Wednesday. The out D.C. resident, who studied at Gallaudet University, has even inspired some folks to learn sign language.
But he’s not the only person to do an ASL version of “New Rules.” Here’s a 9-year-old girl doing her own rendition.
This duo used their version to push for British Sign Language to be taught in schools. (They nabbed more than 35,000 signatures.)