Aewon Wolf Speaks On The Failed Project He Invested Over R1 Million On. 2020 is the year Wolf decided to make a massive comeback and grow more into his craft.
The rapper isn’t however limited to being an artist. His good heart and will to give back influenced an idea to groom young kids and their skills in and around of Durban.
Speaking to City Press on his interview marking his return he opened up about the project he invested on plus the challenges he faced.
“I had a friend who was into property I reached out to him for space where I could reacted a lifestyle centre for kids. I wanted a platform where I could help these kids and give them shows in this one space. The project felt more meaningful.
At the end the warehouse was what my vision was, we achieved a lot, developing talent and giving it space in Durban.”
Even with all the great things they achieved in growing the talent of young people there was a negative side to it.
“It was fruitful but there was a negative side to it, the cost factor. The rental and the sound alone which cost more than R1 Million. And even the flooring was a lot of money.”
The place the turned into a club and but the troubles doubled and he was left with no choice but to quit at all.
“Getting calls at 2AM being told there’s a shooting in the club. These are all kinds of things that happen with that life that you have no control over.”
The 32 year-old sold his shares but still runs workshops aimed at illuminating new young talent.