Shelly Lares has been busy in the studio finishing up her highly-anticipated LMD82 album but “Little Miss Dynamite” has also been working on other projects with some of the top female vocalists in the Tejano music industry, including a song with Elida Reyna for the Reyna’s upcoming album.
Lares shared details on another project in a video posted to social media on Thursday (March 25). “So I’m back in the studio working on a last minute project with the Stefani Montiel and the Rebecca Valadez and myself,” she said. “I’m going to be posting more information on it. We’re going to be a part of a Latina virtual show that you’ll be able to watch. We’re very honored, celebrating women, yeah! You know how we do girls, so stay tuned.”
The project is believed to be a part of the upcoming Confab W, a free two-day virtual event from content producer INGEÑUITY that will celebrate Latinas for Women’s History Month on March 30 – 31. The event, hosted by Rosario Dawson, is designed as a series of shows and vignettes featuring dynamic conversation, music, spoken word, and comedy — all revealing inspiring secrets of life success, recognizing extraordinary Latina stories of achievement, and celebrating “herstory” milestones and significant moments in time.
“Confab W was created to share universal stories that can inspire, transform, and motivate women of every age across America,” said Sarah Ruiz Chavez, Confab W Creator and President of INGEÑUITY. “These two days are all about changemakers that are crushing it, confident compadres in motion, and ‘sheroes’ hidden in plain sight.”
Visit ConfabW.com for registration and details.
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