Green Music | Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Song For Kids | The 3 R's of Recycling by Numberock

in #music2 years ago

#GreenMusic of the Week

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Everyweek, we scout and share an inspiring environmental music that can inspire and uplift you to go green during the week. At @thegreens, we promote environmental music and so far, we have over 9 songs we have created.
This week, we bring you Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Song For Kids | The 3 R's of Recycling by Numberock,
Numberock is a project of Mr. Hehn, a Math Teacher who focuses on finding ways to help students retain the math and scientific concepts they were learning.

Enjoy this great piece and let us know what you think.

Colby and Awu

If you a fan of inspiring music, visit the Colby and Awu website and download the Change the World Album
Colby and Awu are The Greens’ International Ambassadors. Colby is an American rapper and lyricist based out of Phoenix, Arizona with a passion for peace and social justice. Awu is a vocalist and guitar player from Bamenda, Cameroon whose love for music is second to none. Their music is a blend of pop and hip-hop, mixed in with some African roots. They always provide a message that is socially and spiritually conscious. Their purpose for creating music is to uplift humanity and inspire action for positive change.
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