Grad Bites: Introducing… CALM
In this video Rikesh talks about the charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably), the work they do and his role as an ambassador.
Rikesh Chauhan (RKZ – pronounced Ricks) is a musician, photographer and creative.
He’s also an ambassador for the award winning men’s health charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably).
Having studied Commercial Music at Westminster University, the multi-talented Rikesh has since branched out into other creative fields, including writing, filming videos, photography and most recently, men’s fashion design.
Collaborating with prominent designer Saran Kohli, they have designed a collection of suits that bridge the gap between East and West (Indian fabrics meet Savile Row tailoring). Their first creation was featured in Esquire’s Best Street Style from London Fashion Week. So watch this space!
But currently, Rikesh is still best known through his music – as RKZ, singer-songwriter, rapper and Spoken Word artist. His musical style has been described as ‘a fusion of alternative R&B, Neo-Soul and Hip Hop’. Check out the full video of his latest song ‘Notes’ here
Find out more about Rikesh
Visit his website for more of his music, photography and information about other projects – RKZUK.com
Hear more about his work as an ambassador for CALM in our Q&A with Rikesh.
Check out our interview of Rikesh discussing his Life as a Creative
CALM offers information, support & solidarity to men of all ages who are down & need help. They cover a whole host of issues including anxiety, alcohol & drugs, depression, eating disorders, financial stress, suicide etc.
The charity is targeted at men, but they will help anyone calling within the UK – no one is turned away.
Confidential, anonymous helpline: 0800 58 58 58
Online, including webchat service: the CALMzone
Free magazine: the CALMzine
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