Young Entrepreneur and Music Artist: How George Pham Built His Empire Online



George Pham is a successful entrepreneur and famous Lo-fi beats music artist. He is also known as George Edwin Pham because that is his professional name. He was born in 2006 in New Zealand and has spent his life there. His father lives in Australia, but he lived with his mother in New Zealand. After graduating at just 14, he began to pursue his passion for business and music. His passion is online marketing. George started watching online social media marketing videos to find out where to start. YouTube is his inspiration for a good online platform. His mind is focused on fashion, style and design, so he used his creativity and started selling clothes, shoes, and lifestyle products that provide him with many benefits.

Pham is an entrepreneur by profession, but he also enjoys his journey as a musician. He attended Roncalli College in New Zealand and also continued his career as a musician. He is a lo-fi beats artist. He’s a confident guy with great communication skills so he knows how to deal and deal with others in life. He discovered ideas about music and started working on it. He is a real motivation as an entrepreneur as well as a musician, influencing many people through his music and producing new beats. All the happiness, sadness, success, failure are all balanced by music. Music gives it new life and a new journey. He expresses all his emotions, feelings and difficulties through music in a very beautiful way. He shares his feelings with people in the form of words and music. He is really passionate about music so in his spare time he spends most of his time working on music. He takes note of all the criticisms of his music and works on it. He has dedicated his life to music and business even from his childhood to an age when kids don’t even know what they will do for the future and what it will be like in the future.

Posted on March 15, 2021


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