Are you going to be one of our next interns?
At Chase we are currently looking for interns who can join our team for a period of minimum 6 weeks. We expect our interns to be eager to learn, independent, tech-savvy and have an interest and knowledge in at least one of our main themes: urban music, lifestyle, creatives and society. You will be guided by professionals, your work will be seen by a big audience and you'll get to meet loads of interesting people.
We make inspiring urban stories adapted to an online audience: short and interactive videos, videostreams, photo albums and much more.
We are currently looking for creative interns such as graphic designers, video editors, photographers and camera crew.
We’re also looking for web & social media writers who can write articles and copy for our website and social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube.
And last but not least, if you are an online marketeer we want to hear from you.
So join our team and fill out our internship form.
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Night Lovell: “I’m face to face with my inner, darker self on Goodnight Lovell”Last week, Canadian rapper Night Lovell finally came to Antwerp after postponing his show due to working on his new album. Last month, his album Goodnight Lovell finally hit the internet after two long years of patiently waiting.
Youssef drops ‘Bagage’, the first single of his debut EP
Meet Youssef, a 22-year-old rapper straight outta Genk. You might know him from his participation in GenksterSquad, his tracks ‘Domme Lifestyle’ and ‘97’ or his features on Onze Zaak’s ‘De Tijd’ and Chaz & Djalu’s recent album ‘Eclips’. After years of recording demo’s with his friend and producer Djalu, Youssef now feels like it’s about time to release his very own finished project.