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Chase Music Announces Second Edition of Music Recording Camp Powered by TuneCore

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Artiste Development and Music Label, Chase Music Nigeria, has announced the second edition of its annual recording camp. This edition is powered by global music distribution company TuneCore. Chase Music Nigeria, which has made its mark in the music industry, is home to Afro-pop artistes Jinmi AbdulsKing AMOMohalizer, and F3line.

The announcement of the recording camp comes seven months after the maiden edition, which hosted industry breakout artistes like Hennessy Artistry winner, The PDSTRN, Musta4a, Creen Caeser, Marley Abdul, and producers like NYRP, Noah Aire, BabyBeats and PortHacourt sensation Trijay.

The recording camp aims to position Chase Music as not just a label, or just another talent management agency, but the hub for independent, unsigned creatives (artistes, producers, sound engineers, instrumentalists, and A&R’s included) to learn, create, get discovered and network to achieve a world-class level of artistry and productivity,” Kevin Asaju, Managing Director Chase Music Nigeria.

Speaking on the partnership between TuneCore and Chase Music Nigeria, the head of TuneCore East and West Africa, Chioma Onuchukwu, said, “At TuneCore, we are constantly looking for new ways to connect and support independent emerging artists. One way we do that is through education and thought leadership in the music business. Therefore, we are excited to collaborate with Chase Music on the recording camp as our goals align with developing the African independent artistes and music industry”.

We are intentional about how we can offer more value and close gaps in the music space. We recently launched our new unlimited price plan to offer our artists and independent labels more options. The new pricing is a welcomed change in a price-sensitive market like Africa. There’s more to come,” Chioma added.

The camp would boast of an array of independent – unsigned artists who would not only learn about music production and record music but would also be lectured on the music business, entertainment law, artiste branding, digital presence, and many more.

The camp would run from the 17th to the 20th of August.

Application for the camp is open and all artists, producers, sound engineers, instrumentalists, and aspiring A&Rs.

Interested creatives can apply by following instructions below;

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