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Congratulations to current RAP client Shea Rose and former RAP Client Esperanza Spalding for their contributions to Terri Lyne Carrington’s Grammy Winning album “The Mosaic Project”! The album took home the 2012 Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album. You … Continue reading
We would like to extend some heartfelt congratulations to RAP client Shea Rose on a phenomenal past few months! In November, Shea Rose put on a show-stopping performance at the Boston Music Awards, where she took home the prize for R&B/Soul/Urban … Continue reading