From TikTok to the Grammys? Vocal powerhouse Lauren Spencer Smith connects with Gen Z in new documentary
Phenomenal vocalist Lauren Spencer Smith, known for her stellar work with her own trio, recorded in the mid-‘00s. She released her first album, “If the World Was Beautiful,” in March 2017 and has since released two more. She’s toured with her own trio, performed at Coachella, performed at the Kennedy Center, and been nominated for two Grammys in 2018 as Best R&B Song for “If the World Was Beautiful” and Best Pop Album for “The Last Goodbye.”
Her new documentary is “The Grammys Project” and Lauren shares some of the behind-the-scenes action on camera. They even have a cameo from Lauryn Hill.
Lauren also reveals some amazing performance footage and shows us examples of how social media has changed the music industry. See what was happening with her at the time of her first Grammy wins.
See some amazing performance footage, and what Lauren learned to make that possible for her first album.
One of the world’s most successful online personalities shares a life-altering moment between her and her friend.
Lauren says of the experience, “It really opened my eyes and changed my life.”
Lauren is just one of many who have experienced this as social media has become more prominent.
“I grew up with the Internet by my side and now I’m watching what I’m doing on social media and what people are doing with my song.”
Her friend explains, “When we met, we were in a car together listening to Lauren’s music. She was trying to write a hook for the song and I was like, ‘There’s no way in hell this song already has a hook.’ The longer we spent together