Group Songs: Walk in the Power

Age range: 8+

Difficulty Rating: 2

Number of Harmonies: 1

Facilitator Vanessa Richards shares a powerful song for energizing groups and moving people to action. The song is called Walk in the Power and is taken from a song by rapso group 3 Canal who are from Trinidad and Tobago. The song is based on a Shango rhythm as adapted/adopted through the Spiritual Baptists of Trinidad and Tobago.

Tips: This song is a quick and simple way to celebrate and encourage each other as a group.

 

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