Steven Hughes – “Its great to be part of young producers as you get to bounce ideas off other like-minded people as well as use the studios/rehersal space. Lambeth Music Service is also great as it allows young people to express themselves through the art of music through a wide range of shows including Lambeth […]
The young performers that frequent Raw’s impressive studios, rehearsal spaces and editing suites are what it is all about. And Tim, CEO and Co-founder of the charity, is clearly proud of their achievements. International house DJ Cooly G, singer Estelle, rappers Miss Dynamite, Skinnyman and Smoke City are past alumni, but he is quick to play it down by stating simply that “We are enablers.”
Iona thought the workshop was “very fun, I learnt lots” Mollie liked writing her rap … her mum Astley thought it was “fantastic! Great place for kids to experience new things and to engage them in their interest”
Raw Roads first Rap and lyricism workshop in Folkestone at 3 – 7 Tontine St.
FLOetic Lara, Potent Whisper and Tagz supporting the creation of some original lyrical content alongside some classic vinyl DJ skills with wu-lu and Double O. Thanks to Natty from DefCon and FMSG inc Richard for their creative input and involvement.
Raw Roads first performance event @ Cliftown Theatre – with Focus Youth Centre artists performing for the first time. What a way to start the tour! Thank you everyone, see you on route and in Brixton for the end of tour wrap party 29th June 2013!!