Noah Shebib, known as “40”, is a Canadian hip-hop producer who lives with multiple sclerosis (MS). He was diagnosed with MS on his 22nd birthday after experiencing strange feelings in his legs: “hot was cold and cold was hot”, he said. Without having pervious knowledge of MS or its symptoms, Shebib thought that MS “sounded intimidating”. Watch Shebib talk about ‘Living with MS’ in his CNN interview in the video below: Shebib’s successful career began as a child actor. He appeared in the ‘Goosebumps’ series and the Canadian Gemini award winning ‘Wind at My Back’. Shebib evolved into a hit music producer through working with his close friend and Grammy nominated rapper and singer Drake. “40” as he’s known by his fans, is spreading awareness…