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Tuesday, February 11, 2020

HBCU Grad Creates a Hip-Hop Anthem About the Importance of HBCUs

Tara Lynn

Sacramento, CA — As a higher education professional, author, motivational speaker and artist, Tara Lynn Crawford is not a stranger to hard work. In fact, the Sacramento native is very familiar with identifying with and overcoming the typical adversities that African Americans are subjected too.

Prior to graduating college, earning a near six figure salary, or mentoring hundreds of college students, Tara was navigating through what some would consider a myriad of unknown and unthinkable adversities. Adversities such as attempting to navigate through the depths of the foster care system. After emancipating in 2013, the scholar attended Alabama A&M University and had a very fulfilled college career.

Today, the 25-year old has recently written a book (Unmasked Yet Covered) and recorded a soundtrack that creatively discuss ways to overcome similar challenges. The premier single called “HBCU” is a hip-hop record that speaks to the importance and relevancy of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The song is amazing and embodies the culture and true essence of all HBCUs.

Those interested in adding some meaningful hip hop or purchasing Tara’s inspirational book may do so via the information provided below. For more information, please visit her official web site at www.taralynncrawford.com or follow her on Instagram @_TaraLynn3

She is also available via email at taracrawford31@gmail.com



iTunes: https://music.apple.com/us/album/hbcu-single/1494613658
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/2SG8lDwlokY6NV0hlAzHaj