Kojey Radical calls on producers to donate unused material to Hoxton Hall’s ‘Beat Bank’

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Kojey Radical has called on the music community to donate any unused or old material to Hoxton Hall’s ‘Beat Bank’ project, which aims to provide young Hackney-based musicians with samples, beats and instrumentals to remix in the studio.

The project has been launched following Kojey’s involvement with the venue’s Youth Arts programme, as part of the Tough As You initiative, that saw him working with aspiring musicians to help develop their songwriting and production skills.

As part of the initiative, Hoxton Hall also held a physical showcase, hosted by Represent Radio, to support the emerging musicians and now Kojey is intent on ensuring that support continues through the ‘Beat Bank’ appeal.


Hoxton Hall is an important venue for Kojey, one that supported him when he was rising up. It’s with this in mind that Kojey selected the community-led space as a partner and has committed to supporting its artist development programme through studio support, advice and mentorship.

Any producers or artists with unused material can donate by emailing stems to Youth Arts.