Chase & Status are setting up a free school to teach pupils all their music industry know how - as well as Maths and English, of course.
According to the Sunday Times, Chase & Status are in the 'advanced stages' of creating their own school which aims to help young people who want to make it in the music industry.
The school is to be based in East London, and is one of 35 projects announced today by government-funded charity body the New Schools Network.
16-19 year olds are able to sit their English and Maths GCSEs, if they haven't already, while studying courses that range from how to perform dubstep to music technology.
The free school - which is to be managed independently from the local authorities - is backed by the Brit School, which counts Leona Lewis and Rizzle Kicks amongst its alumni.
Leona Lewis went to the Brit School, which is backing Chase & Status's new venture
Status, who's real name is Will Kennard, cites his brother as an inspiration for setting up the school. Kennard also said that he was influenced to do it after he was a mentor at North Trafford College in Manchester.
"I came across some incredibly talented kids who did not know how good they were at music,” he said. "They did not really progress to the next level and realise their ambitions.
"These kids were probably more talented than I was, yet here I am succeeding in the music industry. Why aren’t they?"
Let's just hope it doesn't go the same way that Madonna's Malawi school did, then.
Watch the video for the band's single 'Flashing Lights' below:
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