With SaulPaul’s new album coming out later this month, a select group from the Grammy in the School Program received a special sneak peak of his latest music that will be featured on the new album, Be the Change. The album highlights new music written by SaulPaul as well as other talented and Grammy Winning and Grammy Nominated artists such as Grammy Nominated Alphabet Rockers and Lori Henriques, as well as Grammy Award Winners 123 Andrés, Lucy Kalantari and noted artists such as Denzil Findley, Mo Phillips, Red Yarn, JC Stringz, and frequent collaborator, Nikki B.
As a songwriter and Grammy Nominated artist, SaulPaul elaborated on his songwriting process throughout the listening session.
About the GRAMMY Museum’s Summer Session
The GRAMMY Museum’s Summer Session program is a five-day non-residential songwriting workshop for students who are currently enrolled in high school. The program provides valuable resources to help build a solid foundation in songwriting. Additionally, instruction places a focus on skills that are beneficial in workforce development across many careers in, and out of music. This activity is part of a suite of education programs that take place throughout the year under the GRAMMY In The Schools umbrella.