tarted in 2006, this group is destined to encounter success and fame in a short time, recently proven by the unprecedented outcome at their recent show for Cornell University in October of 2010. A'won Boyz has opened for some of Nigeria’s music superstars, including Banky W. at a concert in April of 2008 and Iceberg Slim at his Soul Food Mix Tape Album release party in July 2008. Although the existence of the band is just coming to light, it is not long before everyone is talking about A'won Boyz from the U.S. to Africa. With music that has become “a way of life“, vocalist Jr. stated, the group takes their music and their fans to heart. Many people would characterize the group as a three young men set to revamp the world’s view on African Music and in many ways they have. After winning 6th place in the 2011 #Oliver competition & their producer coming in 3rd in the 2011 #TopTalent competition, these young men are getting ready to release their self-titled mixtape “UnSigned” which features artist such as Teeklef, Ayo Jay, Mr Oloye and many more. Started in 2006 and based in New York, they have performed with acts such as Banky W, Iceberg Slim, Cap B & are currently about to embark on their second College Tour. Their goal is to be the first Nigerian artists who actually represent Nigerian music in America. Recently, the Nigerian Entertainment Awards awarded A’won Boyz the 2012 Best U.S. Based Artist. With the recent release of their remix to Wizkid’s Pakurumo, their buzz is just getting bigger. Showing their versatility, A’won Boyz has put a “Naija” Spin on Ghana’s Favorite Dance, The Azonto. With their growing fan base, they have recently been featured on MTV's MTViggy website for their stunning Azonto Music Video.