The second edition of RayTalk is set to go down on February 21 at Safaricom Micheal Joseph Center in Westlands.
The event will see young entertainers talk about issues they have been facing in the industry and how veteran artists can guide them to success.
In this edition, singer Jimmy Gait, Alice Kamende and music engineer Dominic Khaemba will be the guest.
The second season of Raytalk season two kicked off last year at After 40 Hotel in Nairobi and saw dozens attend the free, four-hour class on how they can successfully push their music in Kenya.
Newbies were also taught how to register in different Collective Management Organizations (CMOs), and getting the attention of other top brands in the business.
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