A company that works with unsigned artists is launching an anti-knife crime project with help from a singing duo who starred on The Voice.

New Level Talent is the brainchild of Sarah Bibi, who worked for the Enfield Youth Engagement Panel for seven years.

Determined to continue helping young people in and around Edmonton and Tottenham, Sarah formed her own company.

Her intention is to work with up and coming unsigned artists by promoting them on open mic nights so they can showcase their talents.

From March, Sarah will start two new projects.

One is a New Level Youth project, and the other is an anti-knife crime project.

Singing female duo Loaded Sista, who will.i.am decided to take under his wing on The Voice, have given their support to the anti-knife crime project.

The former partner of one of the singers, Keisha Rodney, was stabbed to death in Stoke Newington on January 8.

Loaded Sista is understood to be planning to release a song on the subject of knife crime.

Some of the proceeds from the song is said to be going to New Level Talent so that it can be reinvested in the community.

Another portion of money raised from the record is said to be going to the families of knife victims.

For further information email Newleveltalent@hotmail.com.