Music for Kids: What Does a Children's Rap Lyricist Do?

by ParentCo. June 07, 2016

Ike Ramos is a an educator, songwriter, and rapper at the education company Flocabulary. Ramos had been a teacher and a principal for several years when he sent in a demo to Flocabulary, and since then he’s been writing educational hip-hop music including songs about types of rocks, regions of the U.S., and bullying.
Bourree Lam speaks with Ike Ramos about his work -- read the full interview here: What It’s Like to Be a Children’s Rap Lyricist - The Atlantic


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