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Conversations with Georgiana Hasrouni

Today we’d like to introduce you to Georgiana Hasrouni. 

Georgiana, we appreciate you taking the time to share your story with us today. Where does your story begin?
My name is Georgiana Hasrouni and I am a recording artist, music producer, and audio engineer. I began creating music, songwriting, and recording vocals at 11 years old. I started uploading my original music on YouTube in 2014. At the beginning of my freshman year in high school, I decided to enroll in full-time college coursework as part of the college credit plus program at Cuyahoga Community College. This freed up more time for me to concentrate on my music. At 16, I received both an associate’s degree and a high school diploma. After that, I took a semester off before transferring my credits to Baldwin Wallace University to concentrate on my music production. During that period, I began a music production and audio-engineering business (Giana Productions) for clients, artists, and brands around the world. I had the opportunity to sound engineer a song for Netflix’s original series Al Rawabi School for Girls based in Jordan. I’ve produced beats for AnimationRewind, a well-known YouTube Channel generating millions of views. And I’ve also done production work for recording artists based in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Lebanon, and of course, in the U.S. 

As an artist myself by the name “Little G Fresh,” I also participated in several real-life and online music competitions, allowing me to network with, music industry individuals and experts globally. The first competition I joined was High School Rock Off located at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I made history by being the first Rap/Hip-Hop Artist ever to enter the competition in 23 years and make it to the final round 2 years in a row. 

I was selected to be a part of a song that was produced and broadcast on Virgin Radio Lebanon. Also, in collaboration with Big Hass, a radio host, executive producer, and Arab hip-hop contributor based in Dubai, I featured on the “Arab Femcee Cypher,” which is a song that features five Arab female rappers from five different countries. 

Now I am 19 years old. I graduated as the youngest Bachelor’s degree earner from Baldwin Wallace University. I graduated Summa cum Laude, majoring in Media Production and minoring in social media Productions. During my time at Baldwin Wallace, I interned at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and worked in the Digital Marketing Center in BW as a video producer. In the Summer, I will be interning At NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) producing informational videos for NASA’s media outlets. 

My love for music started as a hobby that turned into a life-long passion, and now graduating early allows me to turn production work into my career. 

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way? Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
For the most part, it’s been a smooth road for me. Since I was taking college courses and going to school on my own schedule, I was able to balance my time between music, work, and school. 

Appreciate you sharing that. What else should we know about what you do?
I am a recording artist, music producer, and audio engineer. My stage name is Little G Fresh and my music is available on all major streaming platforms. I make and release music on a regular basis and perform live shows at any opportunity I get. Alongside my career as an artist, I also opened up a music production business that offers audio engineering and beat-making services for other artists, clients, and brands. 

Some of my accomplishments include: 

– I released over 30+ songs in the past few years and I plan on releasing more music consistently. 

– My first performance was at the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame 

– I sound engineered a song that was featured in the Netflix series, “Al Rawabi School for Girls” 

– I collaborated with well-known artists, DJs, and producers from around the world 

– I earned a Bachelor’s degree at 19 years old and made history for it at my university 

Is there anyone you’d like to thank or give credit to?
My parents and siblings are my number one fans. My family is always there for me and supporting my music journey. 

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