Being a young, upcoming artist in Kenya can seem like an extreme sport, especially if you’re from an underprivileged background and Dandora Hiphop city ‘School of Rhyme’ gets it.
There are no clear paths to follow, coupled with:
You may have the passion and drive but it takes learning from seasoned industry players to fully hone your skills and shape your potential before eventually having a successful career.
Here’s where Dandora Hiphop city ‘School of Rhyme’ comes in.
Some of Dandora HipHop City’s famous alumni include: Juliani, Ukoo Flani Mau Mau & Roba Kshaka.
The School of Rhyme runs a strict six month program with six day weekly activities that help mentor and grow artists and the community to higher levels by providing them with empowerment and growth platforms.
The activities of this program are listed as follows in the below work plan:-
|ACTIVITIES||DAY OF THE WEEK||TARGET GROUP|
|1.||READING AND WRITING||MONDAY||ARTISTS AND COMMUNITY|
|2.||READING AND WRITING||EVERY TUESDAY||ARTISTS AND COMMUNITY|
|3.||PRESENTATION AND SKILLS MASTERING||EVERY WEDNESDAY||ARTISTS|
|4.||FREE STYLE||EVERY THURSDAY||ARTISTS|
|5.||MARKET STORM||EVERY FRIDAY||ARTISTS AND COMMUNITY|
|6.||BATTLE SATURDAY||EVERY SATURDAY||ARTISTS|
This Saturday, DHC School of Rhyme will be hosting ‘Activation Mtaani’ at World Boss Court, Dandora Phase 5. This event activation’s objectives are: To scout for fresh talent for DHC, Mentorship, Networking, Live performances by established DHC artists & all around fun. If you’re an upcoming Hip-hop artist, this is right up your alley.
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