- Shma Yahudah Yah we Pray
- Pride of place in opening the Yahudan Anthology Hebraic album. belongs to Shma Yahudah Yah we Pray; the signature piece on the album. Beautifully set in the context of a time and place of peace, joy, freedom, bliss and innocence. The seven angelic voices of Samuel-Paul Hinds, Naacala Mukulu, Mandella-Simone Wilmoth, Ayanna Lewis, Xavier Douglas, Matt Gray and Jessika Goss (aka Yah’s Angels) magically blend and spellbind us as they humbly express reverence to the Most High
- Say a little prayer to Yah
- Say a little prayer to Yah is a love song between men, women and children everywhere and the Creator. We prepare for our inevitable times of adversity and challenges by a confidence that we will have a spiritual guide by our side at all times. Performed by Aisha Davis and CH4SE, Say a little prayer to Yah is a remake of the Aretha Franklin classic I say a little prayer originally penned by Burt F. Bacharach and Hal David. Track is refreshed and redone in an upbeat samba rhythm. Falling number six (6) on the Yahudan Anthology Hebraic album it is positioned as one of the three consecutive tracks that provides a rich climax to the album’s narrative journey
- OneSoul, the 5th track on the path-breaking Yahudan Anthology Hebraic album is powerfully and passionately sung by Bay-C and has emerged as an anthem for Yahudans everywhere representing their never-say-die determination in the face of overwhelming adversity.
- I know who Yah says I am
- In a beautiful salute to identity, confidence and affirmation the track, ‘I know who Yah says I am’ is artfully and gloriously celebrated vocally by featured artiste Tammi T. This track closes out the narratives of the anthology in a joyously festive way that signally honours the firm groundations of Yahudans.