Songs For Littles – Artist Profile – Rachel Griffin Accurso

Founder of the popular YouTube channel Songs for Littles, Rachel Griffin Accurso is a singer, songwriter and musician. She has been a devoted advocate for early childhood education and has created educational videos for young children. She has also done many trainings for child development. She has a passion for educating kids and believes that they are all gifted. She has become a successful recording artist with a devoted fan base. Her YouTube channel has over a million subscribers and is the second highest viewed channel in the world.

Rachel’s first video, “Fight Song,” reached #1 in the UK and was ranked in the top 10 in the US. Her other single, “We Have Apples with Rachel,” was released in 2015. She is currently working on several projects for both the music industry and the entertainment industry. She is married to Aron Accurso, who is the creative partner of the Songs for Littles project. The couple lives in New York.

Rachel has received a Master’s degree in music instruction from NYU and has also finished courses in early childhood education. She has worked with disabled children and has created learning recordings for young babies. She is a strong advocate for early childhood education and is one of the most respected members of the community. She has been featured in several popular media outlets. She is also a member of the BMI studio. She has earned a lot of wealth through her songwriting career. She has a net worth estimated at $10 million. She is also a full-time content creator on social media. She has about 50k followers on her Facebook page and another 50k followers on her YouTube channel.

She is a singer, lyricist and composer. She has created educational films for young children and has created a video with Michael Jackson for a musical show. She is a passionate educator and is currently pursuing a second master’s degree in early childhood education. She is also an award-winning songwriter, and has won the New York City Prize and the American Association of University Women’s Songwriters Competition. She is the daughter of homemaker Mary Griffin and businessman John Accurso.

She has appeared in television shows and films such as The Killision Course and Disney’s Better Nate Than Ever. She has also been featured on the radio in the United States and on the television program Sesame Street. She has been a speaker at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women. Her song, “Fight Song,” was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for the category Choice Summer Song. She has also been nominated for the category Choice Music: Breakout Artist.

She has a large fan base and has been featured in the Washington Post, CBS National News, and several other popular media outlets. She has been an advocate for early childhood education and believes that kids are miracles. She has been working with babies ages 0-2, and has been an advocate for less screen time and more positive messages for young kids.