What do you get when you mix the scintillating harmonies of En Vogue with the explosive stage power of the Pussy Cat Dolls, add a pinch of the Spice Girls "girl power," and simmer it all down just enough to appeal to a Disney-rated audience?
G-POW is the deliciously entertaining brain child of Zelma Davis from C+C Music Factory. These three multicultural girls represent every girl and every personality. They write from the heart about issues real teens can relate to, in a positive, life-affirming way that spins the message into pop magic and reaches out to every fan like a new BFF.
G-POW is based on the After-School Pop Stars Workshop, a singing, songwriting and recording class created by Zelma Davis at The Hewitt School, an all-girls academy on the Upper East Side. After-School Pop Stars started as a songwriting, and recording program designed to foster self-esteem in young women by providing a positive outlet for expressing their hopes, dreams, concerns, and emotions through the creative language of music.
Alina,Tiyonna and Zoe are multi-talented teens ages 16-17 who sing, dance, write and act. G-POW has a unique style which differentiates them from their peers. They are positive role models that parents would approve of, but are cool enough for the avant garde middle school set. G-POW performs extensively throughout NYC for many charitable organizations, including The American Cancer Society, The Terry Fox Foundation and The MacDella Cooper Foundation.