Nandos Music Exchange 2018 flagship workshop is around the corner, starting from Monday 4th June- Thursday 7th June.
We’ve got some exclusive news for you! Grime star Lethal Bizzle has been announced as one of the mentors taking part in the workshop.
The programme is into its fourth year now, helping emerging musicians turn the heat up on their careers through global two-way exchanges and collaboration. This year’s students and mentors come from the UK, South Africa, Australia
Bizzle will also be joined by three artists : South African rapper and poet, Sho Madjozi, Australian female rapper Tkay Maidza & Nathaniel Motte, representing Canada.
38 talented participants have been picked from 150 applicants by the judges. They’ll be tasked to produce a track from scratch at the Roundhouse. Participants will also be treated to a panel Q&A and a more information coming in the following days.
Lethal Bizzle says: “I’ve benefitted from my own mentors over the years such as Richard Antwi, so it’s good to have the opportunity to share what I’ve learnt with the next generation of artists.
“I’m especially looking forward to seeing what happens when talent from all over the world gets together in a studio to make music from scratch. Hopefully I’ll learn something myself, too!”
Members of the public will be given the opportunity to attend panel talks with industry experts and talent on Thursday 7th June.
More details and ticket information will be announced in the coming weeks.