Khuli Chana has partnered in an initiative to support aspiring artists

Khuli Chana has partnered in an initiative to support aspiring artists

Mzansi rapper and producer, Khuli Chana, took to social media to announce some exciting news to those who are looking to secure a higher position and future in the music industry.

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Khuli announced that he has partnered with APM Studios and Old Mutual to grant support to potential stars who are rising in the entertainment industry.

Rapper Khuli Chana will mentor and produce the artists and believes the initiative will contribute greatly in changing the game and exposing new talent in the entertainment industry.

Khuli Chana tweeted: "Creative entrepreneur @jonsavagerocks gave me an opportunity to be a part of @AMPDstudios_OM after my music/film/photography studio business failed lesson learnt? “If u want to [go] fast, go alone, if u want to go far, go together” 4 more info about our events pls Whattsaap 0817076636."

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Khuli also tweeted: “This is it!!! The answer to every up and coming artist, it’s called @AMPDstudios_OM by @OldMutualSA and I’ll be the resident mentor/producer at this ultimate creative hub. Accept this is my gift to the next generation of SA Music… stay tuned for more details.

Chana is also working on an album which is set to be released later this year.

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About a month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Khuli Chana and HHP go way back and he recently talked about how the late muso believed in his rap group, Morafe, so much so that others had no choice to believe as well. HHP used his own fame to boost the group's reputation.

Khuli Chana had a bit of a trip down Memory Lane when he remembered how much HHP used to believe in his rap group, Morafe. HHP supported Morafe unconditionally and even surprised them by jumping on stage with them during performances - boosting their reputation massively.

According to Khuli, HHP believed so much in Morafe that others couldn't help but believe as well.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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