Scarlett Fae receives grant from MOBO Help Musicians Fund
We love seeing our students become graduates and rise to success. Recently, BIMM Institute Brighton vocals graduate Scarlett Fae received funding from the MOBO Help Musicians Fund, which will help her fund the next step of her musical journey, develop her business skills, and drive her career forward.
The MOBO Help Musicians Fund (MHMF) provides financial support to help you create music and facilitate opportunities for musicians making hip hop, grime, R&B, soul, music of African origin, reggae, jazz and gospel. Applicants can receive up to £3,000 in financial support, which can be used to fund release campaigns, recording, marketing strategy and lots more.
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The idea of MHMF is to allow applicants to build long-term, sustainable plans for their music business whilst offering one-to-one advice sessions from professionals in the music industry on topics chosen in their application.
Scarlett Fae is one of the latest artists to receive funding. Her neo-soul and contemporary R&B sound is unreplicable and allows her to spread her message far and wide. ‘Knew You’, ‘Solace’ and her latest track, ‘Black Molasses’, were accompanied by impressive music videos and introduced her mesmerising, modern soulful sound to the world. Scarlett is currently completing a series of tracks, each accompanied by their own short film, in which she has a direct hand. The production and direction are all overseen by Scarlett and she hopes to continue working and collaborating with like-minded individuals on creative and innovative projects.
We’re excited to see how Scarlett uses her funding and can’t wait for the next short film!