New supports for the campaign for young underprivileged Londoners in the music industry
Tine Tempah makes progress in a campaign focused to help young underprivileged Londoners gain work experience by recruiting Galliard Homes CEO for Work Experience project.
Tinie Tempah, whose real name is Patrick Okogwu, after publicly expressing his support by joining others in the Music industry and Senior members in the business industry, with the new launch of the campaign through Shadow to shine Initiative in providing of a stage for young people.
The Campaign intents to connect young people who are interested in music, but have low abilities to no abilities to pursue a career in music. By connecting them with prominent administrators and leaders within the music industry they will be able to give them an insight to the industry.
Galliard Homes has been recruited by Tinie Tempah for the new project that is being launched, among Chief Executives that are in support of the new project comprises of Music Manager, Dumi Oburota of Disturbing London, Stephen Conway, Becky Fatemi, Managing Director of Rokstone and Faisal Saigol, CEO of Saigol DDC.
These figures met at a Townhouse, in Chester Square, to discuss the new project. That will be available across London for young people, amongst the attendees were Abi Akinboboye and Chase Cowans who have both secured their places for the project.
Chozen a rap artiste tells us what he think of this new campaign.