The creative department at Canon Creative park in South Africa has taken a stab at creating a “creative studio” by partnering with a music agency to help produce content for the company’s new digital media platform.
The creative department announced on its website today that it is partnering with Music For Creativity (MFC) to help “create and release music to promote and promote creativity.”
The company has already acquired several music licenses, but the new project is its first collaboration with a large music publisher.
As it pertains to its platform, Creative Park is going to be a music hub for all the creatives who want to create and release content for its platform.
“We want to offer a wide range of creative opportunities to our creative community, and MFC is a great platform for us to get started,” the site explains.
“With our existing business model, MFC can provide an easy-to-use solution for all creative content creators, with a flexible and cost-effective platform for collaboration.”
The news of the partnership comes after several news outlets reported on the fact that MFC had acquired several licenses from a music publishing company.
The new creative studio will be built out of three “creatives studios,” with a focus on the UK and the US.
The first will be created by the team behind the UK-based record label B.O.B. (The Biggest Label in the World).
The second studio will feature a collection of British indie artists, with its creative team set to include the likes of Astrid Lindgren, James Mercer, Kacey Musgraves, Mark Ronson, Sam Smith and Tame Impala.
The third studio will include a mix of artists from across the UK’s music scene, with members of the team being selected based on their work on MFC’s platform.
The team will also feature artists from around the world, including the US, the UK, Germany, France, Spain and Portugal.
As with any creative endeavor, this is just the beginning.
In the future, Creative park will expand its creative studio model and become a hub for artists from all over the world.
The team at Creative park is also working on a mobile app for users in the UK to collaborate with other creatives, and will also create a platform for UK-specific music content.