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Freddy Hall : Lyricist (New York, NY)

Freddy Hall is a recent graduate of Berklee College of Music and now resides in Brooklyn, NY. He draws inspiration from legends such as Paul Simon, Damien Rice and Ben Folds. The Virginia native began writing music at age 11, inspired by his guitar teacher and fellow singer/songwriter at the Music and Arts Center in Virginia. He was the winner of the Berklee Singer/Songwriter Showcase and Berklee Songwriter Showcase in both 2006 and 2007. Freddy’s ability to transform dense content outlines into fun, memorable lyrics has made him a key RRR lyricist.

Layers of the Earth

Teach the layers of the Earth with a rap song | Teaching earth science with music.

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Dots and Dashes (Punctuation)

An engaging rap song for teaching students how to use punctuation properly. Includes fun worksheets and multiple versions of the song to assist with scaffolding.

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It’s Non-Fiction

A rap song for teaching non-fiction literature including essays, documentaries, biographies, textbooks and journalism. Includes fun worksheets and multiple versions of the song that assist with scaffolding.

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The Civil War

The Civil War: a rap song for teaching about Abraham Lincoln, slaves, Confederates, and battles.

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The President’s Cabinet

An educational rap song about the federal executive departments and Presidential succession.

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Geography in the USA

Geography in the USA: a rap song for learning about the Great Lakes, New England, the Pacific Ocean, the Midwest, and more.

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Don’t Be Negative

An engaging rap song for teaching students how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide negative numbers. Includes fun worksheets and multiple versions of the song to assist with scaffolding.

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It’s All in the Surface

An engaging rap song for teaching surface area formulas to students. Includes fun worksheets and multiple versions of the song to assist with scaffolding.

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