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​Londoners take the #AsthmaRapChallenge for a chance at a studio recording session



This September, as part of the NHS in London's #AskAboutAsthma campaign, young Londoners can take part in the #AsthmaRapChallenge that aims to get children and young people thinking and being creative while learning and sharing essential messages about safely managing asthma. The prize is a professional recording session.

Healthy London Partnership is working with Key Changes which is a London-based charity that provides wellbeing and recovery services through music to young people.

Key Changes MC's have recorded a track with lyrics that highlight asthma and are challenging other artists to use their track to record and submit their own version.

Anyone aged 30 or under, living in a London borough can enter the competition. The beat to use at is available at:

#AsthmaRapChallenge beat

Entries can be made via social media accounts including Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter with the #AsthmaRapChallenge and submitted to www.healthylondon.org/asthmarapchallenge. The competition is open until 5 October 2018.

The winning entry will be chosen by a panel of music industry judges and receive a free recording studio session at Key Changes Central London studios.