Natti Natasha will join female producers and songwriters in ASCAP’s 2nd ‘She Is The Music’ Song Camp. The four-day event, funded by The ASCAP Foundation in partnership with W Hotels Worldwide, will be hosted in Miami Sept. 30-Oct. 3 by Magnus Media, Marc Anthony and Michel Vega’s entertainment company.
The camp will bring together both Latin and mainstream female creators, including Grammy nominated songwriter, audio engineer and producer Maria Elisa Ayerbe (J.Lo, Ricky Martin, Il Divo); Grammy-nominated songwriter Stacy Barthe (Rihanna, Katy Perry, John Legend); singer-songwriter and actress GALE (Farina, Sebastián Yatra, David Bisbal); artist-songwriter Elena Rose (Becky G, MYA); Grammy-nominated recording engineer, songwriter and producer Suzy Shinn (Sia, Dua Lipa, Panic at the Disco, Weezer); singer-songwriter Shari Short (Miley Cyrus, Gente de Zona) and producer, multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and DJ Ali Stone (David Guetta, Camila Cabello, Mario Bautista).
The event is one of three tentpole initiatives of She Is The Music (SITM), the global nonprofit organization founded by Alicia Keys, Universal Music Publishing Group Chairman/CEO Jody Gerson, engineer Ann Mincieli and WME partner Samantha Kirby. The organization works to increase opportunity for women in the music industry and also aims to provide a global database of women creators and industry professionals and establish a mentorship program.
Earlier this year, She Is The Music Latin was launched as part of She Is the Music, and this will be the first songcamp devoted to writing songs specifically for a Latin artist.
“When women collaborate with each other, we can create a universe,” said Natasha in a statement. The singer/songwriter has had four songs so far this year on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart. “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to be part of the ASCAP ‘She Is The Music’ Song Camp.”