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How AI and holograms are reshaping Khaligraph Jones’ stage presence!

A major tech startup has unveiled plans to launch an innovative AI course tailored for Kenyans who want to delve into music and hologram technology.

Surprising many with its bold initiative, the startup aims to revolutionise the music industry by integrating cutting-edge artificial intelligence into live performances and stage shows.

At the forefront of this bold venture is Khaligraph Jones, the revered Kenyan rapper and cultural icon known for his dynamic stage presence and electrifying performances across East Africa.

Khaligraph Jones, whose real name is Brian Ouko Robert, is set to become the face of this ground-breaking project.

Meticulously designed by experts in the field, the AI course promises to equip aspiring musicians and tech enthusiasts with the skills necessary to harness the power of AI and hologram technology in their creative endeavours.

From mastering digital composition and production techniques to exploring the intricacies of holographic projection, participants will embark on a transformative journey at the intersection of music and technology.

As part of the course curriculum, Khaligraph will undergo a revolutionary transformation, becoming the first Kenyan artist to have his stage performances fully orchestrated by AI technology.

Using state-of-the-art holographic replication, Khaligraph’s likeness will embark on a continent-wide tour, captivating audiences with mesmerising displays of technological innovation.

The visionary behind this ambitious venture, Washington DC-based tech startup CEO Michael Moseti, expressed unwavering confidence in the transformative potential of AI in the music industry.

“Our mission is to empower Kenyan artists with the tools and resources they need to thrive in an increasingly digital world,” said the CEO. “With Khaligraph Jones leading the way, we are poised to redefine the boundaries of artistic expression and create unparalleled experiences for audiences around the world.”

Khaligraph told Nairobi News that he is looking forward to combining his lyrical skills with AI.

“Innovate or die, since we are now in the era of artificial intelligence, I will embrace this technology and see how far it goes. I would also like to thank Michael for choosing to pilot it with the biggest African artist in 2024,” said Khaligraph.