(All Around The World) YES WE CAN
Fresh Meadows, NY (PRWEB) February 22, 2008
Barack Obama has grabbed the imagination of millions of people around the country including a musician from New York who has written a moving song that captures the essence of the excitement of that campaign with guitars, melody and video (watch video and listen to the song here). It is a song quite different from Will.i.am's amazing celebrity endorsement; rather, it represents the common man or woman who also believes in the campaign's unique message. It is a call for change and belief in a message from an everyday street in the heavily populated city of New York.
The comments on YouTube are literally coming from "around the world". The song written for Barack Obama is aptly named "(All Around The World) YES WE CAN" after Obama's call for hope and unity around the world with America in the lead. "It will be a hymn that heals this nation," says Obama on Super Tuesday, not knowing that these very words would be included in Powers' chorus to help heal a nation. Powers' song was constructed in a recording studio in Queens, NY. Powers and Real Brave Audio use the amazing platform of YouTube as the launching pad for their campaign to get people to hear Obama's spoken word "hymn" and Powers' song. It's a call for people to unite behind his message which isn't part of the Democratic or Republican party- it's a message that is American to its core. It inspires hope and the feeling that we can do anything if we dig in and give it our all. Powers is a registered independent.
Barack Obama is about change we can believe in. The song "(All Around The World) YES WE CAN", featured on MySpace and other internet sites has, in its very core, the energy that is driving the Obama campaign forward which is: harmony, energy, youth, wisdom and hope. Not hope in the na¥ sense but hope in that this country can unite together and take pride in its beloved and almost forgotten perpetual union. We are the change we seek and this song seeks to represent it.