Empowering People through Pop. Grounded in soul, St Oshun has been compared to Prince, Bruno Mars, Beyonce, Doja Cat, and The Weeknd. Founded in Milwaukee, WI, C-Dub & Porsche, the artists known as St Oshun, sold their home and moved in the middle of the Covid pandemic to Hollywood to pursue their dream of being the best pop artists in the world. After dissolving their former incarnation as the Charles Walker Band, they gambled everything on their passion for empowerment through music in forming this new group. They believe that mindful lyrics and positive social media messaging can inspire and empower people to make change. Porsche Carmon, vocalist, bassist, flutist and hand percussionist, was raised by a single working mother and found herself and her three sisters bonding through hours of singing along to the radio. Though she began to perform professionally as a vocalist in high school, she lived in constant fear of writing her own music, believing she wasn’t good enough. However, she overcame her fear and began co-producing in St Oshun, and has bought a rich R&B flavor and pop melodies to the duo. C-Dub grew up in the middle of nowhere Wisconsin. Surrounded by dairy farms, apple orchards and little to do, he started in band in fifth grade. Though he tried various instruments, his music teacher declared he had the perfect mouth for saxophone. As an adult, he is also a vocalist and keyboardist in the duo, and is relentless in his passion for music. After being told repeatedly he couldn’t sing, by even close friends, he persevered through years of lessons and hours of practice to develop his voice. St Oshun’s being a duo hasn’t limited their ability to open for national acts including Chaka Khan, Earth Wind & Fire, the Commodores, BB King, Cameo, and Aaron Neville. They have been featured on Fox News, NBC Live in the Morning, The Morning Blend, Discover Wisconsin, were the featured artist on the Blues Review and Soul Bag sampler CD’s, and have been nominated six years in a row for best soul/R&B act by WAMI, winning in 2013.