"Break Every Chain" is a song performed by American recording artist Tasha Cobbs from her major-label debut studio album Grace (2013). The song was composed by Will Reagan, produced by VaShawn Mitchell and released as the album's lead single. The songs features guest vocals performed by Timiney Figueroa from Hezekiah Walker's Love Fellowship Crusade Choir.
"Break Every Chain" was originally written and performed by Will Reagan and the United Pursuit Band in 2009. The song was later covered by Jesus Culture in 2011. However, Tasha Cobb's interpretation of the song is the first commercially successful and accepted within the gospel community, of the trio.
This inspirational song uses one of the most common 4 chord progressions found in popular music. vim - IV - I - V. These 4 chords are derived from the diatonic chords in the Key of A maj. as performed by Tasha Cobb. F#m - D - A - E. The progression repeats from the beginning to the end of the song without variation.
Learning about diatonic chords is fundamental to playing popular music especially if you are learning to play by ear. If you do not yet know about diatonic chords click the link below for a great free lesson.
Once you have this common chord progression under your fingers in a variety of keys you will find you can play literally hundreds of popular songs. To expand your knowledge of popular chord progressions check out this lesson by clicking the link below
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