YouTube sensation visits Access to Music in Lincoln
Young entrepreneur Jamal Edwards and founder and CEO of SB.TV, the UK’s leading online youth broadcaster, visited Access to Music in Lincoln to talk to students about his experiences.
Jamal has now released his first book called Self Belief the Vision which is about his own experiences and businesses tips.
Channel 4 has made a series about him called Bedroom to Boardroom.
He is one of Richard Branson’s Young Pioneers of 2012 and has been described as ‘The Branson of the Urban scene’.
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The 22-year-old started to build a social media empire at the age of 15, using a hand-held camera to film his mates rapping and providing a platform to showcase their skills.
The response the videos received was phenomenal.
He featured in a Google Chrome advert which had more hits than the one with Justin Bieber.
Jamal quit his part-time job and by the age of 20 had signed a deal with Sony RCA to become CEO of his own record label, Just Jam Records.
He featured in the 2012 Young Power List and has moved up the Sunday Times Rich List from number 42 in 2012 to 39 this year.
He will continue his tour around Access Music venues and schools across the country.