Following an epic performance at Boiler Room on Thursday night, Kojey Radical is set to give a guest lecture at the prestigious London College of Fashion on April 28th, where he’ll be speaking on his visual inspirations, styling and detailing his work in music and creative direction as well as showing an exclusive preview of the next visual taken from 23 Winters. The talk will be held at the John Princess Campus for Fashion Illustration students and students of The University of the Arts including Saint Martins, LCC Wimbledon and London College Of Fashion.
Kojey created his debut EP Dear Daisy: Opium while studying at London College of Fashion and went on to finish university with a first class bachelors degree in illustration and cultural historical studies. Now just 2 years later, Kojey has gone on to release the critically acclaimed 23 Winters EP entering the hip hop charts at number 3 and breaking the UK top 40 album charts independently.
It’s always an honour to have the opportunity to give back knowledge. London College of Fashion, my lecturers Sue Dray and Daniela Hatfield have been continuously supportive so I’m grateful to have the opportunity to go back and keep pushing future generations. You never really feel like things are possible growing up, we’re not conditioned to. But focus and belief can take you anywhere. I can’t wait to connect with the future of creativity and give them the real.
Having already started the year on a high with his critically acclaimed 23 Winters EP taking the scene by storm; Kojey’s distinct way with words and applaudable work ethic has positioned him as the next big star to surface out of the UK. Already scheduled to take the stage at Lovebox July 16th, Kojey continues to pave the way as a musical phenomenon in his own right.
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