Local singer-songwriter Rebecca Lappa has now put out more albums than most artists with decades of experience.
The 20-year-old released album number seven, Spirit, on December 14 at a venue on Whyte Ave.
"It was a lot of fun. I think there was more people at that CD release party than I've ever had at one before," said Lappa.
It's not easy to categorize the music into one genre but that was the goal Lappa had in mind when she entered the studio.
"This album is a little more concise style-wise in the sense that there's not 50 billion different styles going on. We narrowed our focus to something more folk-rock."
Up next for Lappa is a trip to Ontario where she will enroll in the Canada Music Incubator Program learning about everything from the creative to business side of the industry.
Spirit is available on any major music platform.

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