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Stanley Enow

Stanley Enow a.k.a Bayangi Boy has unveiled his long-awaited single titled ”Hein Père coming off his impending album. This prodigy might just be the most talked-about Camer hip hop sensation on  social media at the moment. The song is presently creating a buzz . This lyrically solid club-banger was produced by Adamack.


Hein papa by Stanley Enow


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Stanley Enow a.k.a Bayangi Boy is an incredibly dexterous and versatile entertainer. His prowess, ingenuity and fluency as impressario, TV-radio host  and rapper extraordinaire makes him unique amongst many. Best known as onetime co-host of Cameroon”s popular urban music programme aired on Canal 2 “”Mboa””, Stanley Enow has imprinted a mark on the urban music scene. NexDim brings an exclusive interview with the “”Bayangi Boy”” about is impending album and vision 2013. 


NEXDIM: How are you doing?

STANLEY :I’m good bruh! Happy you too

NEXDIM: Why have you been on a silence mode for over a year?

Silence mode! Well well well, I just took time off to observe our fast-growing urban cultural scene as fan first; leaving behind the role I used to play for it. In short I went back home to go assess my role over the years. That is ;failures, victories and the future. After “Observation”, I had so many revelations about my true role cos’ not everybody in the game has one. Without further ratatata, I think it’s about time to we roll the dice. “Together” I think it’s about time to roll the dice.

NEXDIM: Rumour is rife in the entertainment scene that you have part ways with Tony Nobody. Is this true?

STANLEY :Rumour Rumour Rumour! Mr rumour did it again. That’s his job though. No smoke without fire but I’ll say no. “It doesn’t honor a son, if his father is brought to the mud”. We’re on but on different basis. I co-own a futuristic group called ‘Motherand Empire’ comprising of Motherland Muzik , Motherland pictures and Motherland Clothings. The Muzik part of it is the Label that carries my upcoming and hard worked album. Thus no separation, I simply graduated!

NEXDIM:I saw a photo of you on Facebook captioned ‘’Kamerhiphop’s real messiah’’ .What exceptional are you bringing?

STANLEY :Ah! That’s Brain Makconcept masterstroke picture that appears courtesy of Motherland Pictures, shot at Studios. Well, I really think and know I’ll be bringing a lot as events unfold. The real Messiah caption is from my Team, they know why. But one sure thing is that they just say

what I Stanley Enow aka bayangi boy really is.

NEXDIM:Tell us about your impending album.

STANLEY :Hum! My album is gon’ be much than a mere album, I’m working hard to give it a soul, that’s going beyond ordinary music. “Soldier like ma papa” is the kind of album that might call for a lot of critic from first-listening but be rest assured that this not the Bamenda-Buea kind of album but the History-changing, wind-blowing, Anglophone-Francophone reuniting kind of album. Legacy man! It’s been a long time coming. 

NEXDIM:The video of your undisclosed song is produced by Shamak. How is it working with him?

STANLEY :Yeah. I shot a bouncing and yet-to-come futuristic video with Kamer’s most brilliant video-maker of the moment Shamak   for “Brain”(his firm). He is a fortifying kind of character so you rather wake up early if you wanna get there. That goes same for my whole crew and collaborators like you Nexdim first of all, Capezalli Armando for Famiglia Entertainment, Rex Konfor of Kamer vibes, Arobaz of Arobiz Corp, Alain Ngann for , Softouch Lobe , Stephane Akam for Waw snd factory and a whole lot of them. The Song Title by the way is “Hein Pere”

NEXDIM:What kind of marketing strategy do you have in mind for the album?

STANLEY :Ah Ah! Strategy? hudge and unusual one. But please rest assured that I’ll be the ground man too. My team will be rolling with both Above-the-line and Below-the-line Media. I’ll try not to be the Internet Star, let’s reach the people!

NEXDIM:How do you evaluate the urban music scene in Camer?

STANLEY :It’s fast-changing and growing. Like someone said there is very positive fear about the future. Let’s focus on hitting the road rather than trying to pull down each other.

NEXDIM:Which artists have you been admiring lately in the urban music scene?

STANLEY :There are so many for me to mention. Looking forward to team up with some with time so that we could grow biggest!

NEXDIM:The Anglophone-Francophone issue in the entertainment industry. Seems we are running two separate industries . What’s your take?

STANLEY :This issue is more political and affects the cultural aspect. Be rest assured that the only factor to bridge this gap is via culture and hard work. That’s my mission as a Bilingual artist to bring these entities into one. That’s the Messiah aspect back in. Now the question is “will I have adequate support from my own peeps to run such a mission or having such a light-motive?”From this time I’ll really get to know if we are not the problem. I’m coming!

NEXDIM:What do you think can be done to improve the quality of our work in this part of Cameroon?

STANLEY :We are already too advanced as we are now but serious music contextualization. Let our Musicians stop the whole Naija 100% thing first. Let bloggers get more serious. When organizing events like Fix it or whatsoever, let us invite the big French folks whose got the means for now to come to be part of the dream. If we focus on our local dignitaries and crowd this wouldn’t go far. We have the cute content; they have the money for now. Let’s team up!

NEXDIM:What kind of music do you have in your memory card or your IPad?

STANLEY :Let me first remind y’all that it’s been three years that I’ve been preparing the right time to drop my album and it’s not until after the last 8 months that I got working with spirit on this one. So I listen to me all day and have a lot of Talla Andre Marie and Gospel for Meditation in Memo card!

NEXDIM:We are looking forth to the scintillating album. Hope to meet you again after the release.

STANLEY :Scintillating! You can say that again! We shall meet and please permit to speak on your behalf. We’ll be having a promo download section on Nexdim when’s due time and even being the webpage’s welcome song for a while!

Thanks y’all!

NEXDIM:Any addresses?

STANLEY :Facebook: Stanley Enow Official

Twitter @StanleyEnow

NEXDIM:Any direct links?

STANLEY :Follow me and then you’ll know get whatever link!


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Prolific ace TV ,  radio host and voice-over artist STANLEY E.N.O.W a.k.a Bayangi Juju shall henceforth host subsequent editions of the NEXDIM SHOW . This resolution was arrived at after concerted efforts by NEXDIM management to augment efficiency and diversity in entertainment content provision . Stanley Enow who is currently a renown presenter of Cameroon's Top Hip Hop Show MBOA on Canal 2 and CEO of Blu'Ink is a dynamic and dexterous individual . His magic-voice, superb French and English language mastery  , sweet diction and world-class charisma qualifies him to deliver the best for entertainment lovers.

Talking to NexDim CEO, Steveslil Njang, he expressed satisfaction and pessimism : ''This deal comes after recurrent negotiations with Stanley E.N.O.W for him to start hosting the Show. I think it's been so heavy for me hosting the show, managing NEXDIM operations , my personal musical career and my alternative job. Churchill and I intended to take the show to French-speaking Cameroon. So this works so well for us''

Stanley E.N.OW recently performed at Patrick Mboma's Jubilee  alongside Zouk icon Fanny J.

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Ace emcee Stanley Enow a.k.a Bayangi Juju keeps making formidable strides in the entertainment scene in Cameroon. Apart from getting a  warm embrace as a sizzling TV presenter on the popular urban programme ”Mboa” on Canal 2, ”Bayangi Juju” is having it all as an electrifying  stage performer and preparing  to dish out an album to connoisseurs of good music some time soon. After thrilling a huge public during Sefyu’s concert, his fame continues to grow in leaps and bounds. Here is an excerpt of his performance during the recent Sissongho MC concert at Maximum, Douala. You’ll definitely love this !

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A Rapper, Animator and showbiz personality, Stanley ENOW is part of the new generation of  the hip hop movement  in Cameroon. He has  distinguished himself by his bilingualism and his perfect mastery of the business . Having a  Bachelor in Communication , he is the CEO of  BLU ‘INK . He has skillfully presented the 10th edition of kamerhiphop show  ,the fifth edition of Mboa Hip Hop Awards organised by BLAXITY  and many more events. 

Hello Stanley ENOW. A rapper, impresario, showbiz  personality… in a few words, how do you present yourself?

Wats good Idy. Well said .  I’m a young Cameroonian rapper, radio and TV Presenter, professional voice actor and showman who has been working for Cameroonian hip hop and the Kamer urban culture  for quite some time.

How did you get into the world of communication?

Well, I started with break-dancing in form one at Government bilingual High School , Bafoussam . A year after, I penned my first  rap lyrics with the help of  Mc Nas Zao.Some  months later, I did my first recording at studio Lestacom on a DMX instrumental. Two years later, I performed on a show dubbed  ‘Groove’  presented by top animator , Serge Pouth who was newly assigned to CRTV Pouala Fm. After my flow, he told me that I have a great voice and I connected me with one of the most famous hip hop host in Douala Nabil4real. He introduced me to an  academic  radio show . Impressed by my performance, the   Deputy Station manager ,Leonard Chatelin assigned me for  a show ‘Cocktail Hit Parade’ on Saturday nights. 2 months after, I was substituted by new journalists  from ESSTIC. I was however solicited by several private radio stations where I worked as an animator and director.

Was it your dream to become a radio host and TV?

Initially, I wanted  nothing but becoming  a rap superstar , but as the God of heaven desposes, he sent me one of these angels Serge Pouth who discovered a talent in me as a presenter which I fully embraced. I would say that I live my dream because I am doing what I always dreamed of. It is not given. Praise God, special thanks Serge Pouth.

Why have you kept your real name instead of a nickname like some?

Initially I had a multitude of  pseudos like  Sun City, Lil Es-tee ,Da foxy but as I started presenting a show “Still breeze” on Rut fm Bafoussam in 2005 , I adopted my first name Stanley. It happened that in  2008 ,I discovered  there is sugar around originality and it is with the help of  the very original Tony Nobody that I added Enow.

Many knew you in Mboa Team / Blaxity, how did you meet with Tony Nobody?

 I re-emphasize the phrase “angel from heaven” because it’s the same miraculous Serge Pouth who discovered the talent in me, inspired me,equally made me get in contact with my mentor,  Tony. After working with Star De Demain  as host , I decided to move to the French Cultural center in Douala where I found  Tony ,Serge Pouth and Valsero shooting. Serge told Tony I quote “this is one of the best of Bafoussam, take him and give him a hand.” Two days after I started doing the news on Mboa.

The fifth edition of Mboa Hip Hop Awards will be held in November, in a nutshell how are you  preparing for  the event?

The awards ceremony which is on its 5th edition after the sixth year of the program is gearing up very seriously and sensitively. The team Blaxity-Yaoundé is under the sun to collect project data . After the work is done by the Nominating Committee, being one of the reliable partners of Kamer Hiphop will have a premiere of the list of nominated artists.

What are the innovations?

This year Blaxity provides a round table with the major players in Cameroon  Hip Hop, to discuss problems faced. The Awards this year will involve Anglophone artists and then there will be a big after-party.

What are the criteria to nominate the artists? Isn’t  there favoritism?

For 5 years now Blaxity , collects, analyses and nominates worthy  projects. We try as much as can be done to refine the concept to reward those who work really. Have you ever noticed that we do favoritism?

You have presented the 10th edition of kamerhiphop show, how were you received by the public in Yaounde? And how did you find the show?
 Kamerhiphop show is an event I have always supported since its inception even without knowing neither Idy, you nor anyone of Kamerhiphop . I was tired of supporting the cause from a distance  so I had the opportunity to support this concept live.For the YDE public it’s not the first time they awe me with their love .I have also witnessed this euphoria at the show with Soprano at the Sports COMPLEX and  Mboa Come test. The show was successful and religiously I want to thank Kamerhiphop and the YDE public. Hope you see them again in the next end of year edition 2011 where I would officially be the  Guest Showman.

You are responsible for the structure BLU ‘INK, can you briefly introduce the structure? What is the purpose and what are the goals you want to achieve?

As holder of a Bachelor of Communication of Organizations, I created BLU ‘INK to govern my activities purely corporate and communicative. I am a translator, among other things  (Francais-French, Pidgin, and other languages) and it is in this structure that I do the quota of my personal activities. It also aims to undertake in the cultural activities, which is why it will in the near future a branch of  Blaxity because I’m learning  from the Father.

How do you judge the quality of Camer hip hop as a man of Media?

As a man of the media Cameroon Hip hop had  its boom. The old entities such as: Mapane records, Zomloa Recordz DJ Bilik, Magma merger, Big B-zy, Umar CVM, CTM, Lady B, Redzone, Racyn, X-Maleya, C-minaire, Protector, Malekumfu, Ak sang Grave ,Ultimatum, Star system, Tony Nobody, Negrissim, Bantu posi and so on have already sacrificed everything to give life to our Hip-hop. This is why some young players in the game have been blessed to exhibit  quality.

In your opinion what are the weaknesses in this movement?

“We think we are already accomplished, having been cheered by their entourage, they still rap for heir peers, we are too influenced by the outside,  do not respect elders …” learn to become products rather than simple musicians or better still make a career and not poor projects.

What are your immediate plans?

Currently working on High quality Cameroon Hip Hop radio/ shows , that meet international standards with the official “La cite of art” (Blaxity) with the goal  of giving a different tone to Hip-hop Kamer. Meanwhile I am slowly recording  my album to be released one day, one day.

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