‘The Hunger Games’ Soundtrack To Showcase USC Pop Music Students
Two students from USC’s Thornton School of Music will be heard on the forthcoming multi-artist soundtrack to The Hunger Games.
Singer-songwriter Jayme Dee has a song of her own, “Rules,” on the album, and junior Rozzi Crane is featured singing with Maroon 5 on the track “Come Away.”
Dee, Associate Dean Chris Sampson said, “was only in the program for one semester before being signed to Universal Republic … While Jayme is definitely connected to the program and was a student in my songwriting class, I can’t say that she was in the program long enough to be immersed in it. She’s a wonderful talent, however.”
source: LA Times