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Mr Eazi Headlines new season of the Change Africa Podcast



Global Afrobeats star, Investor, and Entrepreneur Mr Eazi headlines the new season of the Change Africa Podcast.

With 60% of the entire African continent aged below 25, Africa’s burgeoning youth population is a force of nature ready to shape the future of the world. This energy, this vibrancy, is not just confined to the streets and markets of Africa’s bustling cities, but it’s echoing in the digital realm as well.

The latest season of the “Change Africa Podcast” delves deep into the stories of mavericks and outliers who are forging the path for Africa’s future. True to its thought-leadership roots, the new season uncovers the decisions, mindsets, and ambitions of these luminaries as they challenge conventional wisdom and establish new standards. Just as the rhythmic beats of Afrobeats have taken the world by storm, capturing the essence of Africa’s soul and spirit, podcasts from the continent are poised to be the next global sensation with their raw, authentic, and unfiltered sound.

Episode one, launched today, features Grammy-award-winning Mr. Eazi, who discusses his transition from global superstar to helming his Disney-like enterprise ChopLife, a multi-billion-dollar conglomerate that will amplify African entertainment, Other guests include Dr. Mzamo Masito, who describes himself as a teacher, preacher, and healer who is bringing a fresh perspective to marketing at Google. David Hundeyin, one of Nigeria’s most influential journalists, is a beacon of accountability, tirelessly working to restore trust in the nation. Diplomat and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Akunna Cook, on fostering an institution to bridge Africa’s creative prowess with the global stage. Cambridge-trained Scientist Tarek Mouganie, the mind behind one of Ghana’s premier nightlife spots and an emerging digital bank in Africa. We spotlight Shadrack Frimpong, who, although at 32, has a PhD, an honorary doctorate, and several laurels, continues to pursue his vision to improve education and health outcomes for cocoa-growing communities. New media icons Caleb Maru and Ameyaw Debrah are platforming and simplifying stories of Africa’s electric tech ecosystem, culture and entertainment to the world.


Mr Eazi – Guest: “Taking the little we have and stretching it to its maximum potential is the African spirit. It’s about innovating and crafting with our resources to bring about transformative change on the continent. I see this vibrant energy in the Change Africa Podcast which is single-minded in highlighting African change makers.”

Tim Yaw Struthers, Executive Producer, Change Africa Podcast: “The podcast ecosystem in Sub-Saharan Africa is finally garnering attention, with listeners from across the globe discovering the exciting, educational, insightful, and entertaining content being produced on the continent. As we launch season 5 of the Change Africa Podcast, we are delighted to welcome Mr. Eazi and our other esteemed guests to share their in-depth and unfiltered stories, which are shaping and driving the new African narrative.”

Isaac Aboah, Change Africa Podcast Host: “Podcasts like the Change Africa Podcast are critical knowledge libraries for the culture. The advancements in AI mean that the gap between speech and text will soon disappear, and the insights shared by our guests will be as valuable as long-form articles or even books but with a wider reach and accessibility.  The podcast inspires me as a platform for educating the world about Africa’s innovations, ambitions and the leaders powering them. “

The Change Africa Podcast is produced by Isaac Aboah and Daniel Merki and executive produced by Tim Yaw Struthers.


The Change Africa Podcast is hosted by Acast and available to listen on Apple,  Spotify, and all major podcast platforms.

Season 5 Guest Lineup


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