Bosom P Yung & Camidoh Make It To Mr. Eazi’s emPawa30. Here’s The Full List

At first, Mr. Eazi helped 100 artists in Africa with $3,000 grants. The money was to be used to cover the costs of a music video.

This newer edition of emPawa will focus on fewer artists so they are more impactful. “We wanted to be able to have mentors attached to everybody, that’s easier for 30 people than 100 people,” Mr. Eazi explained. “And we wanted to be able to spend the same amount of money but have people have more of it. The cost of videos and the cost of production have increased since the last time.”

To apply to emPawa, artists have to submit hashtagged videos online. Mr. Eazi and his team sort through the submissions and choose the winners. The team had to choose only 30 finalists out of over 30,000 submissions.

The emPawa30 are as follows:

Bemisoul (USA/Nigeria)

Bosom P Yung (Ghana)

C Natty (Nigeria)

Camidoh (Ghana)

Camo Blaizz (Nigeria)

Donel (UK/Zimbabwe)

DonFreezy (Nigeria)

Dopeprince (Nigeria)

Exposuremuzik (Ghana)

Fresh Prince (Nigeria)

GoodGirl LA (Nigeria)

Grace Idowu (Nigeria)

James Garlimah (Canada/Liberia)

July 7 (UK/Nigeria)

Kamo Mphela (South Africa)

Macjreyz (Nigeria)

Marioo (Tanzania)

Mizzle (Nigeria)

Namenj (Nigeria)

Oiza & Meyi (Nigeria)

Sishii (South Africa)

Solana (Nigeria)

Tomiwa Dudobo (Nigeria)

TU2 (Nigeria)

Xenia Manasseh (Kenya)

Yung Meagan (Cameroon)

Yusuf Kanbai (Nigeria)

Zaman (Nigeria)

Zarion Uti (USA/Nigeria)


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