Young Spirit

Portrait of Young Spirit

Young Sprit was formed in the summer of 2001 at a Pow-Wow in Hobbema, Alberta. This group of friends wished to represent their Western Canadian Plans Cree culture and be a proud voice for all First Nations and Native American people. The meaning of their songs runs deep, encouraging Native peoples to draw upon their culture for strength.


Ancestries: Cree
Languages: Cree, English
Genre: Pow Wow - Contemporary

Albums

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Akameyimoh Baby Boy
mp3 clipKanawapamih (Look at Him) (964.3K, 1:00s)
mp3 clipE-peyinikamostamatah (We've Come To Sing For You) (964.3K, 1:00s)
mp3 clipSahkaweyohk Ota (Give a War Cry Here) (987.0K, 1:00s)
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Nitehe Ohci - From the Heart
mp3 clipWeechaaaala (976.9K, 1:00s)
mp3 clipDont Ever Forget (967.3K, 1:00s)
mp3 clipPretty Soon (980.6K, 1:00s)
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Takakikeh [nominated: 2013]
mp3 clipTaking It Back to '99 (1.0M, 1:00s)
mp3 clipMaskosiw Simowin (1.0M, 1:00s)
mp3 clipWords of Encouragement (1.0M, 1:00s)
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Live in Hinckley 2011 [nominated: 2012]
mp3 clipKineys-Kenawaw (1.0M, 1:00s)
mp3 clipSage Berlands Song (1.0M, 1:00s)
mp3 clipWoman's Solo Song (1.0M, 1:00s)

Awards, Nominations & Submissions

2014Best Pow Wow CD - ContemporaryAkameyimoh Baby BoySubmission
2014Best Hand Drum CDNitehe Ohci - From the HeartSubmission
2013Best Pow Wow CD - ContemporaryTakakikehNominee
2012Best Pow Wow CD - ContemporaryLive in Hinckley 2011Nominee

Biography

Young Sprit was formed in the summer of 2001 at a Pow-Wow in Hobbema, Alberta. This group of friends wished to represent their Western Canadian Plans Cree culture and be a proud voice for all First Nations and Native American people. The meaning of their songs runs deep, encouraging Native peoples to draw upon their culture for strength.