Last month Nandos wrapped up their fourth Music Exchange programme. As explained in previous posts, it's a week long event helping kids get into music with four tutors from different parts of the world. Lethal Bizzle, who we sat down to have a chat with, was the UK's music tutor for 2018.
The final event of the week was a panel discussion involved the likes of host and BBC 1Xtra DJ Sian Anderson, chart topper Example, South African artist Sho, plus our very own AJ Tracey. The subject of discussion - Is real collaboration dead?
AJ Tracey said he wouldn't work with artists he doesn't personally know, but is open to a collab with Example. His dream feature would be Linkin Park in their prime. Chart topper from Fulham, Example, is set to releases a new six track EP after years locked into a major label contract. Plus South African artist Sho has a track lined up with Chris Martain of Coldplay.
We went down to eat chicken, listen to their wise words and take photos. Here's a few from the evening below. More to come on @photosbygraeme on Instagram.
Words and photography by Graeme Day