Undoubtedly, Cameroon has developed over the years, mostly in the music industry, with some of the most talented and accomplished musicians on the African continent.
In recent years, Cameroon music and Cameroonian musicians have been the center of attention of the world following the rise of a new generation of musicians, singers, and performers who have displayed their talent with much aplomb on the global stage.
With the extraordinary musical talent and outstanding beats displayed over the years, it is hard to talk of rappers with mentioning Big Game who is one of the pillars of Torch in the music industry.
Nsongmy Tchoufack William Aurelien AKA Big Bame is and Afro Hip Hop artist, born on the 3rd of August in Bamenda, Cameroon. Big Game is the middle child in his family with 2 siblings, all boys. His parents are natives of the western region of Cameroon.
Big Game started rapping and writing songs at the age of 14 while in a missionary boarding school. He recorded his first demo tape in 2009 and from then he just kept making music. Still in secondary school, Big Game founded a band called ACES with fellow rapper friend Jay Krimzz and together they used to freestyle around the dormitories an also perform at school social events that made them popular in their secondary school.
In 2015 upon completion of his vocational studies in business management the rapper moved from his hometown of Bamenda to Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon to grab the opportunities there and officially launch his music career as an independent artist. Since then he has been dropping singles and videos back to back and an EP called “Original Mutumbu“, released in December of 2018.
Big Game has been dealing with a medical condition caused by a nervous disorder for over a decade and even though his health situation is not in perfect shape that doesn’t deprive him from being the best version of the artist his fans and supporters want him to be. He doesn’t feel any setbacks as evident in his music and lifestyle and is out to inspire and touch people with his strengths, flaws and vulnerabilities as a human being and most importantly with his achievements as an artist.
The rapper is undoubtedly one of the best lyricists on the continent of Africa and has set goals for himself to be recognized amongst the batch of African artists that’ll touch a global audience with the African sound.