Maltese Artist Uses 'Past Struggles' To Help Young, Passionate Musicians Get Started

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A young Maltese star-in-the-making has decided to dedicate his free time to helping out others who are trying to make it in the business. Lydon Borg Bonaci, aka Eddie Fresco from the super talented hip-hop group 215Collective, took to Facebook group The Salott encouraging young, passionate musicians to send in their vocal clips which he will mix and master for free.

That's right, all he asks in return is for people to check out his music and give honest feedback on what they hear. Quite a fair deal all in all.

Video: Eddie Fresco's single from earlier this year, Focus.

"I know how expensive costs can get for individuals like myself who make music with a passion" he wrote, "I've gone through the struggles myself, I decided to teach myself on how to [produce music], and I think I've succeeded in doing so... with that being said, I'd like to offer anyone who has vocals recorded to send them over to me."

His plans to help out will continue to expand even further in future, as Lydon aims to offer studio time to those who ask for help in the near future. So what are you waiting for? Send him your clips, watch 215Collective's great videos and get ready to give some serious feedback.

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Chucky Bartolo

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