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January 13, 1996|
Fort Wayne, Indiana, US
Lauren Sanderson, (born January 13, 1996), is an American hip hop recording artist, singer, and songwriter. In 2016, she independently released her debut EP entitled Center of Expression which charted Billboard on Heatseekers Eastnorth Central regional chart #6 & Heatseekers West North Central #4 and iTunes Singer-Songwriter Chart. This debut release resulted in a national tour and positioned herself as a highly engaged music personality on social media with over 200,000 followers and more than 15 million monthly impressions. Her lyrics spread a motivating message about being passionate, trusting the universe, and not letting others stop you on the way. 
Sanderson's career began at a young age as she created a YouTube channel in November 2009 and posted the first video in time to celebrate the New Year. After graduating high school in June 2014, she began speaking publically and established a brand on social media achieving over 10 million views per month influencing the way young individuals think about not only themselves but the world around them. Lauren was named "Most Influential Up & Comer" at the 2014 Indiana Social Media Summit  and delivered a TEDx Talk entitled For God's Sake, Just Love Them . In 2016, Lauren expanded her passion of speaking into music creating a series of songs and videos leading up to her debut EP entitled Center of Expression, a national tour and covering popular artists like Jason Mraz's "I'm Yours" and Adele's "Set Fire to the Rain".
- 2016: "Center of Expression EP"
- 2017: "SPACES EP"
- 2016: "Oceans"
- 2016: "Jenny"
- 2016: "Dear Universe"
- 2016: "Watchu Say"
- 2016: "Self Control"
- 2016: "Fake Love"
- 2016: "Alotta Me"
- 2017: "Drive"
- 2017: "Voices"
- 2017: "Narcotics"
- 2016: "Black Beatles x You Was Right"
- 2016: "Deja Vu"
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- Lauren Sanderson YouTube
- Lauren Sanderson SoundCloud
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