Local r & b artist teaches young women how to be a lyricist

PAROISSE LAFAYETTE – The girls of the “Griot! Sister to Sister Project” now have the tools to express themselves through music.

Today, Erica Fox, R&B artist from Lafayette, hosted a workshop called “Griot! Sister to Sister Project” to help young women explore a career in music.

“We have a collective of young girls aged 12 to 17 who will be writing music today. So right now we are in the educational part of the class where we will be teaching them how to twist a song, how to talk about structure, ”Renard said.

We are grateful to have people who want to mentor us and help us write, play instruments. So that’s very cool; it is very nice. People here are like, “I really want to do this, is this the career I want to get into and I’m serious about it.” It’s hard to find, ”said some of the event attendees.

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