November 28, 2021


"We say it like it is"


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The Limpopo Arts & Cultural Youth Forum (LACYF) has on Saturday, 23 October 2021 held a music skills development workshop at Haiti High School in Mankweng, Limpopo with the aim of outlining challenges faced by upcoming artists.

The provincial chairperson of LACYF and facilitator Freddy Malope began by helping the artists to register with SAMRO. “Respect your craft and know the value you are bringing to the craft”he said.

Furthermore, Professionalism level within artists as well as mastering and publishing were amongst the most outlined and the importance of adhering to relevant content in terms of music submissions procedures to relevant media platforms.

One of the acclaimed DJ’s, DJ Soul Crusher says artists should be willing to make connections , create collaborations in the industry and respect their craft by avoiding vulgar songs sent to Radio Stations also being consistent with the song duration and sending songs through email not WhatsApp platform.

The event was successful, and the audience responded positively to the information they were fed and one of the artist gave feedback that, “I learned that I can get royalties for my music”, adding as well that she was able to register with SAMRO.

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