Celine Dion’s Heartfelt Rendition Of Wyn Starks’, ‘Who I Am’ Sparks Global Chart-Topping Success

During an intimate moment in her critically acclaimed documentary “I Am: Celine Dion,” musical legend and activist Celine Dion sang one of her favorite songs, “Who I Am,” the uplifting anthem by pop sensation Wyn Starks, during a session with her therapist. This touching sing-along has captured the hearts of thousands, propelling the hit to #1 on the iTunes R&B/Soul Chart in the US, Australia, and UK. It also peaked at #25 on the overall UK iTunes Chart, #7 in Canada, and saw a 300% rise in streams. “Who I Am” has also charted in Germany, Ireland, France, and The Netherlands.

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Starks’ newfound fans flocked to his discography and expressed their love for his moving piano ballad, which originally reached #14 on the Billboard Charts. As ‘Who I Am’ continues its global ascent, streams have also multiplied for Starks’ 2022 studio album, ‘Black Is Gold’, which peaked at #8 on the iTunes R&B/Soul Chart.

This miraculous response is a full-circle moment to Starks, who considers Dion one of his ultimate idols, both musically and personally.

“Her music has helped me get through so much in my life,” he shared. “Seeing her belt out ‘Who I Am’ with such strength and resilience in spite of everything she’s going through is a moment I’ll never forget.”

The empowering nature of ‘Who I Am’ resonates strongly with the message of ‘I Am: Celine Dion’, which chronicles her struggles with stiff person syndrome and vividly reflects on her legacy. Highlighting her inspiring perseverance, the song symbolizes hope for Dion—and now, for many others as well.

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‘I Am: Celine Dion’ is available to stream on Prime Video now.

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