Global Music Award for 500 Years - Rhonda Head

By Rhonda Head

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Excited to announce that my song ‘500 Years’ just won a Bronze Medal for Global Music Awards for the Protest Category!!! This song was written with blood, sweat and tears!! Our stories are being heard in the International Community!!  The song was written in one seating, and the music was composed based on the melody of Opaskwayak Cree Nation, Mantioba.  This is the first song that Rhonda has wrote and composed.

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