March is National Women’s History Month, so all month we’ll be celebrating our female talent. Across all our socials we’ll be spotlighting our talent including Liz Hooper, one-half of multi-award-winning producer/writer duo SUPERPOP. She’s supercharged songs from superstars like Avril Lavigne, Britney Spears, Vanessa Hudgins, Olivia Newton-John and the Cheetah Girls with her incredible pop production practices. She’s also an incredibly talented singer-songwriter and musician herself, touring around the world in her band All Good Things.
Laura Karpman is a 4x Emmy-winning composer of film, television, videogame and concert music. Her colleague George Manahan, music director of the American Composer’s Orchestra, describes her music as “a rare combination of heart and groin,” which is proven through her rigorous musical approach. Coupled with conceptual and progressive uses of technology and recording, Laura is a true 21st-century American composer. Her distinguished credits include the series Underground in collaboration with Raphael Saadiq and John Legend, Eleanor Coppola’s Paris Can Wait starring Diane Lane and Alec Baldwin, Kasi Lemmons’ Black Nativity starring Jennifer Hudson and Forest Whitaker, Steven Spielberg’s miniseries Taken, the Showtime series Odyssey 5, and her Emmy-nominated work in Masters of Science Fiction.
Laura Pergolizzi, known best by her stage name LP, has built an impressive music career and creative demand spanning two decades in the US’s biggest hubs for entertainment, New York City and Los Angeles where she lives today. Soon after her debut album Heart-Shaped Scar, she sparked bidding wars for her talent with major labels like Island Def Jam and SoBe Entertainment. Later signing to RedOne’s 2101 Records, she worked and wrote with artists like Rihanna, Christina Aguilera, and Leona Lewis.