After a successful release of his song titled Bollo,Cameroonian rapper and singer KO-C who is currently signed with Big Dreams Entertainment record is about to make another statement with a new song titled Caro.
The video reportedly shot in Upper Nkam Division in the West Region of Cameroon celebrates two young lovers at the climax of their emotional and spiritual connection to each other.
It is probably going to be a must-watch video and is expected to impress lovers of music from around the world and as well demonstrate the strength of the Big Dreams Entertainment label. The Video will be premiered on YouTube on February 24th at 6pm.
Empire company presents Dj Zoumanto in Do like I Do featuring Ko-C and Mimie produced by Master Roboster and directed by Nkeng Stephens. Do like I dois the first single of the “We Never Sleep Project” by Dj Zoumanto.
This new sing depicts the everyday struggles in life and urges young people out there not to be ashamed of their profession but rather to work hard and keep hustling until they make it. Enjoy this new piece and do not forget to leave your comments…
A lot of young and upcoming artists think they don’t need to be educated to succeed in Entertainment. What they fail to understand is, some might have succeeded without education but with education they would have done it better. We would advice that while hustling to succeed in their career they should take education serious. Congrats Ko-C, 237Xclusive wishes you the best in your career.
He has often proven his skills in his previous songs and covers. Many fans thought he ignored online debate on whether he is Kamer’s fastest or not. He proves to be a man of action not and empty vessel and channels all he has to say in Laisse moi passer. He recently went solo after parting ways with PIM Boyz crew and since then has been steady on his grind.We will be glad if you let us know what you think about this song in the comment section.
Gervais NGONGANG (co-founder of Big Dreams) and Arthur LOCKO (signed artist ) announced the release of a new song “Je serai là”
It pretty obvious that Big Dreams Entertainment have been at great work recently. A few weeks ago their front linner artist LOCKO released his latest single “ThankyouLord” , soon after their newly signed Rapper Ko-C released “I loveyou” featuring Locko which has been on TV and radio stations for a while now.
Today , Gervais NGONGANG (co-founder of Big Dreams) and Arthur LOCKO (signed artist ) announced the release of a new song “Jeserailà” by the later on Sunday 4th June 6pm on their YouTube Chanel. Anticipate good music and support our very own.
237xclusive : Once more we are pleased to have another talented Cameroonian around. This time it’s the latest Big Dreams team member, Ko-C. Ko-C Welcome on board! It’s a great pleasure to have you here and hope this interview will enable your fans know more about you and inspire younger artists.
Ko-C : Thanks very much 237xclusive. It’s always a pleasure to be on your platform. 237xclusive: To begin with…when did you conceive the idea of being a rapper and how did you work towards it?
Ko-C : I started 2013 and was listening to fast rappers like sarkodie, technine, Busta rhymes and Twister. I had to start by learning their lines, style and trying to rap like them too until I got my own lyrics.
237xclusive : In your opinion given that the Cameroon industry is still budding, what are the principal problems faced by Cameroon artists? Do you think it’s lack of funds or the audience isn’t supportive enough?
Ko-C : I think the aspect of promotion is the main problem that we face here in Cameroon. Producers don’t take the promotion of their artist seriously as in getting their songs to the audience in an intense manner. In a nutshell, negligence by producers and fear of investing. The joy of every artist is to see his art out there and relate with his fans properly. All this boils down to promo
237xclusive : That’s very true! So as an artist, how do you manage your career and an other aspects of life?
Ko-C: Well am done with school had my degree last year am focusing just on my music now. But wen I was still in school I use to preserve two hours of my time every day to write a verse or chorus. 237xclusive : Considering your rapid growth in the music industry. How do you manage your relationships with old friends and those who will want to hook up?
Ko-C : It all depends on how you were supportive to the artist wen he was still struggling. Normally u can not really have everyone close to you but I try as much as possible to relate with friends and fans out there to the fullest.
237xclusive : Already your song “I love you” is a wonderful piece of art and ur cover of “if” by Davido was everything. With that alot of pple are expecting some more of that good music, So do you have any up coming projects you think your fans should know about?
Ko-C : They should always expect stuffs from me anytime anyday. I love surprising them.
237xclusive: The name Ko-c is rather unique I must say. How did you come up with it and what are your real names?
Ko-c: Ko-c means Knock out Christian and my real names are Njang Collins.
237xclusive: Finally what message do you have for fellow artist and your fans as well?
Ko-c : ok to my fellow up rising artists, stay focused and be prayerful. As for my amazing fans thanks for always supporting, Ko-c will never let you down. Finally thanks to 237xclusive for granting me this interview, keep the fire burning.
237xclusive: Once again thank you and keep up with the good work!
Booba who’s regularly called “le Roi du rap français” was at the capital city (Younde) accompanied by Dosseh, Benash and our very own Bamenda boy, Magasco.
A few weeks after Maitre Gims lit the streets of Yaounde and Douala, Booba who’s regularly called “le Roi du rap français” was at the capital city (Yaoundé) accompanied by Dosseh, Benash and our very own Bamenda boy, Magasco.
Saturday 13th of May was awesome…it inscribed memories very few are ready to forget. The Omnisport stadium, Yaounde was supersaturated with thousands of Cameroon of all ages present to experience the moment of their lives..the beauty of rap music. The event was in two phases with e first phase including Big Dreams newly signed Ko-C who happens to be Cameroons fasted rapper. He rapped to a point where the crowd could scream no more…everyone gazed at him with astonishing eyes..they were yet to believe that such speed rhythm and talent was Cameroonian. We also had Nami Nami Cyrus , Krotal , Gomez, Olga, Landry Melody and many others. Meanwhile all this was happening we had Cameroons very best Dj Labastille Premier and Dj Cyrius Black on the sound system. The 2nd phase of the concert began with Magasco who stunned his fans with his dance steps and the famous Michael Jackson moonwalk. He also performed his hit song Zamba sharing the stage with Greg Belobo. After Bamenda Boy came France based Cameroonian rapper Dosseh who was the most interactive with the crowd, taking selfies and recording his fans on snapchat while on the stage. Then finally came the founder of the brand “Ūnkut”, Booba. The security wasn’t able to stop e crowd from crossing the grills and some fans tried getting on the stage.. it was simply phenomenal as he performed with Benash and Dosseh.
It rained profusely but not even the rain could stop the enthusiasm of the crowd.