School Dance Group Joins 12-Year-Old Mia Black In Singing ‘Rise Up’ And It’s Spectacular

Mia Black singing Rise Up

This incredible video shows 12-year-old Mia Black singing a cover of ‘Rise Up’ by Andra Day as a seriously talented school dance group performs behind her. What a stunning production!

"You’re broken down and tired of living life on a merry go round

And you can’t find the fighter, but I see it in you so we gonna walk it out

And move mountains, we gonna walk it out, and move mountains

And I’ll rise up, I’ll rise like the day, I’ll rise up, I’ll rise unafraid

I’ll rise up and I’ll do it a thousand times again

And I’ll rise up, high like the waves, I’ll rise up in spite of the ache

I’ll rise up and I’ll do it a thousand times again"

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The 12-year-old singing is Mia Black from Galway, Ireland and the dancers are from the Born 2 Perform Stage School. What a wonderful voice Mia has. It is so powerful and mature for her age! And the dancers did a beautiful job performing the contemporary dance on stage during the song.

All of the kids involved in this performance are incredibly talented!

Reactions To Mia Black Singing

"Wow, that little girl can sing," comments one person on YouTube after watching the video. "Can't wait to see where she goes in a few years!"

"I can’t believe I’ve never heard of you before young Mia," writes another YouTube user online. "You have an angelic voice that will melt anyone’s heart who hears you sing!"

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It is great to see these children finding their passion in the arts and using their talents to uplift others and bring a smile to people's faces. When days can feel long and tiring, music and dance are a few things that can help lift a weary soul. We hope that this beautiful video brought some positivity and smiles into your life today!

WATCH: Mia Black Singing ‘Rise Up’ With School Dance Group

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