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Ibiza favourite Scott Gray to embark on Sierra Leone charity trip

The Melon Bomb hero sets off to West Africa with Last Night A DJ Saved My Life on 11 April.

Recognised for his membership to iconic island quartet Melon Bomb and his art project Chapter, Scott Gray has his sights set on a new career endeavour. He's teaming with dance music charity Last Night A DJ Saved My Life to inspire vulnerable young adults in Sierra Leone.

Alongside five other talented and renowned DJs, artists and industry professionals, he'll be delivering a series of workshops in the conflicted West African country.

Prolific producer Steve Mac, DJ/producer Amber D, graffiti artists Inkie and SEN-1 and abstract artist Nicolas Dixon are all part of the crew setting-off today, 11 April.

The team will use their expertise and creative minds to coach budding local artists.

Leading two projects Get Equipped and Street To Street, the visit aims to encourage youngsters to return to education and discover their inner artistic spark.

Through these hands-on initiatives, the young people will collaborate with the volunteers to paint the WAYout charity studio building and complete an album, set for release later this year. You can donate to Last Night A DJ Saved My Life here.

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