I need a Wikipedia page made for my career background in television and music. My first professional role in entertainment was on a channel five TV series called Don't Stop Believing in 2010, as a starring member of the Supergroup. I then performed at Disneyland Paris with the group. Following this, I was a backing vocalist in the live shows of season 7 of The X Factor; One Direction's year with winner Matt Cardle. I also provided live backing for Take That's guest performance of Never Forget. I went on to provide backing for boyband JLS both televised and in studio for their Love You More BBC Children in Need/UK number 1 release. I was a TV extra for Cadbury in their Team GB Final Countdown commercial with Andy Murray in 2011, for the 2012 Olympics. In 2014, I starred in Gospel TV series Time2Shine in the solo and first group heats. In 2013, I was selected by producers of an upcoming TV idea titled Raggae Factor, a Raggae spin on The X Factor in honour of Bob Marley, to feature as a promotional voice for the show. This did not happen as I withdrew my interest due to conflicts with marketing. In 2017, I worked for world renowned music studio RAK Studios and assisted a wide range of artists, producers and label management. While Rihanna was in-house for 6 weeks with Roc Nation, I was asked to work on a demo with producer Corporal. The studio manager would not allow the opportunity and I was unfairly dismissed from the job, due to attracting the attention of numerous industry professionals including Sam Smith, Geri Horner and Lighthouse Family. I most recently starred as a judge in a music TV series pilot titled Dare to Sing at Middlesex University, in March 2019. In April 2019, a co-writer and co-producer of Natasha Bedingfield's debut album Unwritten, Mike Tafaro, contacted me to work on music together, but due to financial difficulty, I was unable to collaborate.
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I need a Wikipedia page made for my career background in television and music. My first professional role in entertainment was on a channel five TV series called Don't Stop Believing in 2010, as a sta... Read More