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How music star Apache Indian is transforming young lives in Handsworth – with ‘no swearing’

The Handsworth born singer’s AIM Academy on Soho Road has been making a positive difference to the lives of young people.

For the past six years he has been touring and producing music, as well as inspiring youngsters through the AIM music Academy, based at South and City College Handsworth campus.

Although housed inside the college, it is separate to the college and managed and run by Apache every Wednesday from 12-9pm.

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