The DJMC has been running for over 12 years now and had the pleasure in working and teaching over 80,000 young people and adults. We are looking for artists who want to volunteer, perhaps even an hour to really inspire young people in their future paths. If you have been affected in the past by poverty, gang related issues, hardship, mental health or any difficulties and want to tell your story to give more positive hope please contact us. We would really love to hear your story and hope more young people will take a greater path in their future.
After 6 months of building and creating our studio is ready to be used to create amazing music. The studio has been designed to continue to run our in house label with an array of talented artists we having been working with for the last 6 years. The studio has been fully equipped with a state of the art Mac, microphones, turntables, cdjs, mixer, Roland drum kit and will be used for creating music for private clients and also tuition programs.
We would had a celebration event which included DJ’s, food and a fun workshops as all the young adults had progressed into internships, education and employment. We would like to say thank you for working so hard and fulfilling your goals. We believe everyone can achieve and this program just proves so.
So far on the Yes London project we have recruited over 40 young Neet adults and of these half have already progressed. The project is well on its way and the young adults are setting goals, improving their maths and English skills, getting involved in music workshops as this is a main part of the DJMC academy and really going from strength to strength. We will continue to work with our amazing partners local councils, social workers, support groups to give them as many opportunities as possible.
The DJMC teamed up with Arsenal football club to offer a range of master classes for Arsenal fans who were ages 16-20. We set up 10 state of the art DJ Set ups, the main stage and recruited 10 of our best DJ Tutors and radio presenters. They were Jason Kaye, Funky Flirt, Connie, Anton Black, DJ KCC to name a few. The present was Roman Kemp himself who hosted the entire event. The purpose of the workshops was the winners got to play their mix on Match day so they worked very hard for 2 hours learning how to mix in a group, present and even got their demos recorded. It was an amazing event.
Over the summer of 2019 we had a pleasure in being involved in many fantastic community events in Hackney. We engaged over 100 young people in the project and taught them some amazing skills including, rapping, DJ’ing, radio presenting and lyrical writing.
The DJMC academy has been commissioned to run the Yes London project at Barnet College in Wood Street. The M.D. of of the academy Krissy Sims who has written Btecs for the college in the past is leading on the program. Young adults aged 16-24 who are Neet will not only enrol onto the program but progress into their chosen paths. The program has been running for 3 weeks and already some of the young adults have started apprenticeships and employment with the help and guidance of the amazing team of DJMC academy.
The DJMC academy has been commissioned to run the Yes London project in partnership with Burleigh College and Southgate and Barnet College. To date we have engaged and signed up over 60 young adults onto the program from Barnet and West London of which over 45 of these young adults have gone into Education, employment and Apprenticeships. We have been focusing on interview techniques, Confidence building through music and group work, CV writing, setting goals and looking at the barriers they may face and applying for their employment, courses and apprenticeships. This mentoring program has been fantastic and very inspiring.
The DJMC academy were commissioned by Barnet College to run the Goldd program. This program was running for 18 months where we signed up over 95 young adults who were 16-24 years old living in Barnet and West London. We not only found the young people through referrals out outreach and working in partnership with social workers, job centres and the youth offending team but also set their goals, signed them up to the project and ensured more then 90 progressed into apprenticeships, employment and educational routes of their chose. We also tracked their progress and offered them all 6 months mentoring to ensure they were all going well. The skills they learnt was more life skills, interview techniques, cv writing and confidence building so that they could achieve their goals.
The DJMC academy had the pleasure of being involved in the Salesforce event where many entrepreneurs and companies came along to a tech conference. We not only had the DJ booked for the evenings entertainment but also involved one of our talented singers of the academy Bellah who performed 3 tracks for the attendees. It was a brilliant event.
Kenneth (aka Bxrber) has just released his amazing new track “Worship”. It was produced by Jnthn Stein.
Kenneth has been working with the Academy from the very beginning, and is an amazing mentor and artist! He’s making a stir and has had his music played on Trevor Nelson show, 1extra and has had many other incredible DJ’s spinning his sounds.
Watch out for 2017 this lad is going to make a huge impact on British music and worldwide :)
It was a pleasure to be asked to judge at the Boroughs United 2017 competition, in partnership with the Cribs.
Krissy, CEO of the Academy, had the pleasure of being asked to judge for the 8th year running, and once again got to see just how much talent the 36 boroughs has to offer.
Well done to everyone who got involved, it was truly an amazing evening.
Danica Hunter is one of our incredible artists at the academy and on our label, and she has just released her first song “TYPiCAL”.
Watch this space for more information, she’s one to watch for 2017!
The DJ&MC Academy has been offering the expertise of its superb DJs to the corporate world throughout 2016.
We have been to so many events, and going forward we wish to continue offering our services. There is no event too big or too small, so if you would like to book us not only would we make the event something to remember all of our profits go back into making a difference to young people’s futures.
There will be a free course starting 6th January. If you live on any of the Peabody estates, contact us to enrol in this amazing free course.
If you love music your going to love this course!
Want a career in the music industry? Announcing exciting new partnerships with Barnet Southgate College and Support Young Talent
We’re working in partnership with Barnet Southgate College and Support Young Talent to help 18-24 year olds who need assistance to progress their careers. See the flyers below for more information.