Transporting city youths through music

Transporting city youths through music

Apr. 12, 2012 – In a small, soundproof room in Point Breeze, Knatosh Walker sings a lament about love gone wrong.” I say the right things but she take it the wrong way,” he croons over an R&B track. “I know I’m wrong, but ain’t nothing scarier than to come home and see her lipstick on my mirror.” As Walker half-sings, half-talks over the prerecorded music, Tyler Pratt watches as engineer Ron Meersand fiddles with knobs on a digital-recording console to get Walker’s sound just right.

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