Coèlle•LDN brings you the first Artist Development Bootcamp for 16 – 35-year-old Musicians and creatives in Accra.
The month-long bootcamp will give each attendee the possibility to learn key information and industry secrets from top industry celebrity moguls and gain new opportunities to succeed! This comes with an exclusive chance to create a song with a Ghanaian charting artist, a filmed studio session, a 12-month management contract, radio spins and interview slots through our partners on the dynamic and groundbreaking radio station – Guide Radio, an extensive PR package, playlisting on Boomplay & much more!
In addition to providing attendees with personalized hands on training and unique networking opportunities, Class of 40: Bootcamp will also be offering virtual classes that will give Artists & creatives from across Ghana, Africa & the UK a chance to take their careers to the next level! The month long bootcamp will kick off with a Launch party on October 21st, 2022 and will feature 1-hour classes covering all the key industry pillars such as Management, Press/PR, Legal, Radio/DJ, Image & Style, and Producer & Artist access from Monday to Friday at our amazing venue sponsors creative hub – I Space Foundation in Accra, Ghana starting October 24, 2022.
Currently working in the Ghanaian & UK music industry Class of 40: Bootcamp Founder Coco Arya realised that there continues to be a gap in the market. ”This gap is Artist development! Firstly, by creating a reoccurring event that would directly help all genres of artists with key knowledge they would otherwise have to battle the elements and finances to get is one thing. The real purpose is giving them hope through the opportunity to create a song with an established and respected Ghanaian artist, 1 Year Management/Project Management contract, 3-month PR deal for the song created, playlisting push, radio play and interview time. Most labels and investors are looking for the musician to already have the full package however there are generations of artists who, if given knowledge and opportunity, would succeed. In turn, this creates a ripple effect and allows the Ghanaian music industry to flourish.”