Youth Unity are working with Havering Council to deliver an event which is to celebrate and to say thank you to young people for coping through the lockdown. The event is a mini festival of and for young people living in Havering showcasing young talent focusing on youth performances, and featuring DJ Pebz who will play between intervals.
I am a up and coming female DJ, from East London with musical knowledge way beyond my years! I am 20 years young. Music is the key to happiness
Hanr is a 16 year old singer, songwriter & performer. She has performed her own songs; cover songs all over the UK & in many cities throughout Europe. She is an accomplished trained singer with a natural talent. Hanr’s recently released single, “Missing you”, a contemporary RnB song, is available now on all platforms.
LIT YOUTH DANCE
LIT YOUTH are an amazing street dance crew who we have worked with in the past. Their energy and enthusiasm is infectious
Have made an EP with a group of young people who will be performing at the event under their clothing label. yarnee is not only just a Comfortable Stylish Clothing brand but a platform for the youth to showcase their talent through sport and music. We want to prove to people you can make it by Taking calculated risks while grasping onto the aspects of pure hard work.
I’m Madi Mai. I’ve been surrounded by music and people who make music from a very young age, so it’s no wonder that I chose to follow a similar path. I’m self taught on the ukulele, guitar and keyboard and started to write my own songs at the age of 10.
At 16, I’m still taking every opportunity to experiment with different sounds and looks. I grew up listening to a range of music from rock/metal bands like Iron Maiden,Green Day,Marilyn Manson, Keane to Lorde, Pink, as well as Lana Del Rey and Melanie Martinez. and I find that those bands & Artists have influenced me today, as well as Lana Del Rey and Melanie Martinez. For now, I think the heavier, exciting stuff is best for me.
A collaborative initiative set up by two passionate men with the goal to inspire, motivate, engage and support young people from all backgrounds through the medium of sport, music and other imaginative ideas.
Founded in 2017, Michael Wallace and Ashley Levien have seen their non-profit organisation grow into an established youth diversion strategy where long lasting relationships between young people and their local police forces are being built.
After a few years and a few released videos the 2 parted company and Boy Sayso became solo and is working on his debut album ‘African London’. Another turn of events led home to play a small part in The first film Blacks can’t swim but now plays one of the leading roles in the 2nd edition Blacks Can’t Swim the Sequel’
Will be there for film the event and capture your voices!
Check back after the event for photos and videos!
If you would like to know more about any of the artists on this event please get in touch as we are happy to link you up!