Ghanaian rapper known as CJ Biggerman, whose real name is Christian Jojo Joshua, approached this year’s Mothers’ Day in style.
The musician recruited his mother, Big Ivy, into a music composition where she rapped some impressively hot bars and gave the song the moniker “Big Momma.”
Following the song’s viral success on social media, netizens have expressed interest in getting to know her after being blown away by her lyrical dexterity and the delivery of the song.
Who is Big Ivy?
Big Ivy, real name Ivy Enyonam Adjimah, is renowned Ghanaian actress, a banker and the mother of Ghanaian rapper, CJ Biggerman.
She has featured in several TV series including Yolo( Drogba’s sugar mummy), Omanbapa, Grey Hair, Muddy Places, Pillars of Strength, Taxi Driver, Kutokwaraba, among others.
She starred in movies Dark Sands and Kiss Your Wife as well as several TV commercials.
Ivy started acting when she was a student at O.L.A Senior High School, Ho in the beautiful Volta region.
She later joined David Dontohs drama group (Kozi Kozi) where she performed in several stage plays including the hit drama “A song of a goat” and “Graveyard people”.
Ivy holds a Bachelors Degree in Publishing Studies from KNUST and a Masters Degree in Economic Policy Management, University of Ghana.
She is is a single mum of two adorable children.
Big Ivy as an actress in Yolo series [ Forward to 14:16 ]
Ivy Enyonam Adjimah as a rapper, Big Ivy
“Not you average mummy,” Big Ivy raps with the backing of her son who subsequently takes over in the second verse.
The freestyle forms part of the rapper’s new web series dubbed #TheFlow.
Who is CJ Biggerman?
Christian Jojo Joshua popularly known with his stage name CJ Biggerman is Ghanaian rapper born on 4th October 1993.
He hails from Asuom in the Eastern Region but currently lives in Sakumono.
The Tema Secondary School Oldboy and Regional Maritime University graduate have represented the new generation of rappers with the blend of Twi and Pidgin English.
According to him, his inspiration comes from real life events and he aspires to be recognized both locally and international.
CJ Biggerman was enlisted as part of the contestants in the season 4 of MTN Hitmaker where he was able to make it to the finals.
After the sudden exposure, he dropped his first hit single “Lebooboo Number 1” which did massively well. With this, he bagged a nomination in the “VGMAs UNSUNG” category in 2016 but lost out to Kuami Eugene.