AlHeat Studios Fights Youth Unemployment

This Saturday, the 24th of November, the city of Johannesburg will be playing host to a charity event dubbed as the Alheat Studios Launch at Yamaha studios.

With statistics during the first quarter of 2018 showing that the youth unemployment rate rose to 38%, the organizers saw it fit to take action. The initiative is set to fight unemployment by creating jobs using the creative space, whilst raising funds for a planned 'back to school' project --- thereby, promoting education empowerment.

Alheat studios is set to wow the crowd with a 5-star event featuring a number of signed artists. The event is aimed at developing the youth, fighting poverty, and providing free educational access to the disadvantage rural area and ensuring a better future for the country. On the night, Alheat studios will also seek to raise funds for their 2019 back to school project, to promote access to education for the disadvantaged.

The line-up for this unique event will showcase diverse talent that will hopefully emulate the best of what AlHeart studios is about and audiences can expect live performances from the likes of Xolani Mdlalose from 1 Gospel TV, Fofo, Kim, Thabang and jazz artist Sindi J.

 A number of invited guests will be treated to live performances by these young musos. There will also be a digital music experience hosted at Yamaha World of Music.

“A lot of hard work has gone into creating content for each of the artists, we are ready to celebrate and introduce great talent.” says Allen Musengezi- Owner Alheat Studios