A group of Lae teenagers are producing their own music as a means, to stay out of trouble.
The group call themselves “the outcast crew”, and has already recorded songs that have topped local charts, and are now shooting their video clips.
Twenty-year-old producer, Snyder Williams, says the aim is to promote a new style of local music. These music videos were produced by, Snyder William, also known as DJ SNYD, one of Papua New Guineas’ up and coming music producers.
He leads a locally integrated Hip-hop & RNB group called the outcast crew, made up of teenagers from all around Lae City.
Lae has become a troubled place for any youth; school fights and all forms of clashes. These boys are just trying to stay out of trouble. Their music has already hit local charts; their number, Meri Morobe has been in the top twenty.
William started producing music in Grade Five. He has left school, to pursue a career in music production.
Though he hasn’t made money doing it, music is a lucrative business for those who have succeeded in doing, and Snyder has developed the skills on his own. His works include Meri Morobe, that made the local top 20 chart, Sepik Lover, and Foolish me.
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