Aitch's managers' success story as he plots to be a millionaire by the age of 30

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Aitch's managers' success story as he plots to be a millionaire by the age of 30 (Image: Instagram)

It has only been five years since rapper Aitch rose to fame with his track Straight Rhymez. The Manchester star has been living the good life with sold-out tours and a legion of dedicated fans.

With a dedicated team, it's no surprise that Aitch has chart-topping success and Brit Awards and nominations. Michael Adex is Aitch's manager and the person behind Manchester's most successful talent agency, NQ.

The 27-year-old, who lived in Aldsorf, Germany, for a decade before moving to Manchester, has big goals in life, including becoming a millionaire in three years. Michael used to live 'in front of the Shameless pub' when he was in his early teens and said he was close to his neighbours.

"A lot of people that went to my school who knew me or spoke to me would say I always came out with the craziest statements like 'I’m going to be a millionaire by the time I’m 30'," he recently said. "I’ve always had a lot of confidence and self-belief, but back then it was arrogance."

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Aitch's managers' success story as he plots to be a millionaire by the age of 30He's hoping to be a millionaire by the time he turns 30 (Instagram)

He met Rain rapper Aitch, Harrison James Armstrong, when he was only 16-years-old. At the time, the musician was still making a name for himself and attending open mic nights. "I’d go there and meet loads of artists and I would have met Aitch at one of those. People knew I was connected with bigger artists so they would ask me for advice," he told Manchester Evening News.

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Meanwhile, Aitch has had a busy few months with his gigs at Glastonbury Festival and Park Life. And, earlier this year, he went home from the Brit Awards holding the gong for the Best Hip Hop/Grime/Rap Act. He was given the award by actress Jodie Turner-Smith and footballer Declan Rice.

Aitch's managers' success story as he plots to be a millionaire by the age of 30Aitch rose to fame in 2018 (PA)

In the speech, Taste rapper Aitch told the audience that "not many people where I’m from get the opportunity to stand up here to receive the award." He added that he wanted to "set examples and to make people know that it is possible."

He released his debut album, Close to Home, in August last year - with it jumping to number two on the UK charts. He's also known for his hit songs Baby, Taste (Make It Shake), Psycho, Buss Down and My G.

Ramazani Mwamba

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