Shaleece Haas

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Shaleece Haas is a documentary filmmaker.

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A young singer-songwriter's voice starts out sounding like a girl, ends up sounding like a man...and he finds his true voice along the way. [EXPLICIT LANGUAGE]

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A young singer-songwriter's voice starts out sounding like a girl, ends up sounding like a man...and he finds his true voice along the way. [EXPLICIT LANGUAGE]

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