MC Charlene born Charlene Ebai-Ebi Egbe is a Cameroonian-born MC and host based in Norway.
|Born||Charlene Ebai-Ebi Egbe|
|🏅 Awards||Muzikol Music Awards 2020 (Best MC/Host)|
Charlene was born on April 14, 1992, in. Manfe, Cameroon. Her father, Egbe Sunday is a Petroleum Engineer. At the age of 8, she moved with her family to Norway.
Charlene went to Sandsli videregående skole to be trained as a Chef. During her training, she did her Internship at Terminus.
On 29th January, 2013, she passed her final exam to become a certified chef. She went to Høgskulen på Vestlandet, there she bagged her bachelors degree in Social Work on the 17th of June, 2019.
Charlene also known as Energy Goddess has a profound love for entertainment and she has gathered quite a buzz for herself as a popular host in Africa. She has hosted events for music stars and amongst them are Reekado Banks, Kiss Daniel, Stonebwoy, Iyanya,Tekno, Diamond Platnumz, Olamide, Flavour, Mr. P, Fally Ipupa. Her tentacles are not limited to Africa alone but have also spread across Europe to various countries like Belgium, Germany, Norway, Italy, Turkey, Sweden, Austria, England and many more. MC Charlene hosted the Made in Cameroon Music festival in Maryland, United States. In 2018, she shows and appearances have accrued to over 30 and she has also toured about 14 cities across the world.
In 2018, Charlene was the redcarpet host for Bonteh Digital Media Awards in Cameroon. Also, in Summer 2019, she was the only female MC that appear on the stage of 'Afrobeat in Amsterdam' at the Oh My Festival, a renowned urban music festival in the Netherlands which paraded artists such as Mr Eazi, Tiwa Savage, Davido, Meek Mill and a few other A-list artists.
Awards and Recognition
MC Charlene in 2019 won an award for the MC of the year at Scandinavia Afrobeats Music Awards (SAMA Awards). In 2020, she also bagged Best MC/Host of the year at Muzikol Music Awards (MUMA) in Cameroon. 
In 2021, MC Charlene was listed among the top 5 female MCs in Africa in a publication by The Guardian.
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- editor (2020-11-15). "MC Charlene Crowned Best MC/Host at MUMA 2020". THISDAYLIVE. Retrieved 2021-08-27.
- "Top 5 African female MCs/show hosts". The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News. 2021-06-28. Retrieved 2021-08-27.
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