A MUSIC producer from Bournemouth community project Urban Ripple has just finished producing the soundtrack for Diversity's new national tour Limitless.
The internationally-renowned dance troupe are best known for winning the third series of Britain's Got Talent and will be hitting the BIC tonight.
Fraser Bennett from Bournemouth worked alongside Diversity group leader Ashley Banjo composing and remixing music around his choreography to create a unique style.
The talented music producer also runs community project Urban Ripple with a group of friends, which aims to spread positivity though creativity.
He said: “My vision is to use my wealth of experience within the urban arena to help dispel the bad reputation which hip-hop can have at times in society. That is why I am so thrilled to be working with such an inspirational, ground-breaking and iconic group like Diversity.”
Urban Ripple is currently organising a charity event at Halo night club to collect food for Bournemouth Food Bank.
They put on the same event last year and collected half a tonne of food to help feed the hungry and the homeless in Bournemouth.
The next Urban Ripple event will be held on Saturday, January 18 at Halo and will showcase some of the south’s finest talent all donating their time for the cause.
Urban Ripple is looking for businesses to get involved for raffle prizes and sponsorship, contact urbanripple@gmail .com if interested.