What’s your story:
Music has always been something that has been inside of me, starting from my grandfather who was a Benga artist, I also took the role of being a musician starting by learning how to produce by myself back in 2011, and around 2013 I started writing songs. After years of polishing my talent, I decided to join school and pursue music as a career. I joined ADMI and my time there was very eye-opening. I got to learn more and interact with like-minded people and expand my knowledge in Music and the Music Business. Before, during, and after ADMI, I worked on three projects and the growth I have seen is amazing, especially the technical and business side of the industry. After my time in ADMI, I have worked with upcoming artists and some who have been in the industry for a while. I have also worked at Ketebul Music and AMP Studio where I got to understand more about different genres of music, and my mixing and mastering skills have also improved due to spending a lot of time there. Right now I’m working on more projects to be released in the near future and also working on building my company Spacelyfe which deals with music film and arts.
What inspires you
I’m inspired by risk. Starting something I have no idea how to finish, witnessing people go for something new anything that has the potential for failure (but not total disaster) gets my heart and creativity pumping.
What are your career aspirations
My aspiration is to be a creative director where I will be able to sit with artists, directors, writers to create visions for the products we will be producing as a company
How has ADMI prepared you
The skills I have attained have allowed me to be in positions where I have conversations and actually participate 100%
What do you remember most about ADMI
The friendships and bonds created with other students and lecturers were amazing allowed the space to be creative and interactive
Any advice for current students
Enjoy your time there and give it all your all, you will not regret it