success story Albert Gold

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Albert Gold has made a name for himself on the UK music scene with cool hip-hop single Don’t Let Me Go being picked up by Clash magazine.

Albert Gold has made a name for himself on the UK music scene with cool hip-hop single Don’t Let Me Go being picked up by Clash magazine.

Albert Gold studied Music Performance at Access London back in 2007.

He has had a series of songwriting sessions in Kensaltown Studios with the legendary Sacha Skarbeck (who he co-wrote his single Don’t Let Me Go with). Sacha who is a two time Ivor Novello Award winner and Grammy nominated songwriter, has also previously worked with the likes of Adele and Lana Del Ray.

He has played a number of showcases including The Fix, Tipping Point, BBC Introducing, Sofar Sounds, Blackjack London and has grazed a number of festival stages.

Gold describes his music as a blend of everything with his biggest inspiration being Luther Vandross.

When asked how he found the course he said, ‘it was amazing! I really learnt a lot from the teachers and other students. It was brilliant when I was given the student of the year award as it make me feel I had really achieved something and that the hard work was worthwhile. It was the right college for me to learn the right tools to become a performing artist’.

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