Award winning Ghanaian music producer cum musician, Richie Mensah has made known that he is set to begin a school that will build and shape prospective young talents who want to be successful in the music industry.
The CEO of Lynx Entertainment has acknowledged this decision was inspired by the number of aspiring musicians who thronged to his office day-in day-out to ask for guidance in launching a successful music career in the country and the global stage as a whole.
The school will run a 10-week course where students will learn about song writing, voice therapy, voice training, choreography and general music career studies [including but not limited to management, publicity and branding.]
Students will be taught by Richie and other key personalities in the Ghanaian music industry. It is as a result expected to live up to expectation as it prepares to admit its first batch of students.
Over the last couple of years, Lynx Entertainment has made positive strides in the Ghanaian music industry. It has done so by shaping the careers of ASEM, Eazzy, Zigi, D3, among others.
Source: Yaw Sarpon
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