Having been in existence for two months and having over 100 participants, Voice Perfect Namibia has come up with a Mentorship programme to train, teach, educate, connect and mentor its participants.
Speaking to the founder, Laurentuis Haindaka, the Mentorship programme will bridge the gap between upcoming and established artists and the general public act as a ladder for these artists to successfully make it locally and internationally.
Some of the key elements that the participants will learn are Music Theory which includes vocal control, music marketing, branding, advertisements, and music in technology, music production and performance arts and how to create revenue via their musical talents, the importance of registering with NASCAM, how to get their music on all digital platforms, and how to get it out as physical copies.
He further added that the singers will be provided with the necessary resources where possible and connected to musical organisations, record labels, producers and to institutions like NASCAM.
“Voice Perfect Namibia will guide and help them release their first projects such as singles and help them publish them on all platforms as well as register them with NASCAM using their first releases,” he detailed.
Currently, the show has 30 ongoing participants and three episodes on YouTube. The judges include award-winning artists such as Lioness, Monique English and Chikune.
The mentorship will only be available to individuals that took part in the Voice perfect Namibia, singing competition season one.
This program is a post-project of Voice Perfect Namibia that will be running each year after the Voice Perfect Namibia competition.