South African music sensation Sho Madjozi is giving back to the nation by setting up a scholarship for aspiring female producers.
The John Cena hitmaker revealed that she wants to see more females in the male-dominated producer industry. As such Madjozi has teamed up with Bridges Academy in Langa, Cape Town, to offer a scholarship.
“The technical side of music is so male-dominated and I’d like to see more women in that space,” said the star on social media.
“That’s why I’ve created a scholarship for a female producer to attend the Bridges Academy in Langa. The five-month course starts in a few weeks and you can apply here.”
The program requires a four and half month commitment.
“This program has been designed by top educators and industry leaders and is focussed around three pillars, Sound / Music, Entrepreneurship and Mindfulness,” reads the Bridges Academy statement.
“This is a holistic program that will allow you to tap into your true potential and become the best version of yourself while developing a community and building a network with other students and our industry facilitators.”