Member since 6/17/2018
More info at https://wkdey.bandcamp.com/
WKDEY Born as Robert Bojor Ndum Jr. on June 1, 1997 at the General Hospital in Muyuka, I am the penultimate child in a family of four (2girls, 2boys). I am a proud product of Bishop Rogan Minor Semin... more
WKDEY Born as Robert Bojor Ndum Jr. on June 1, 1997 at the General Hospital in Muyuka, I am the penultimate child in a family of four (2girls, 2boys). I am a proud product of Bishop Rogan Minor Seminary, Soppo and currently a final year undergraduate student of Economics at the University of Buea. I got skills in dancing, directing, acting, motivating and performing/entertaining amongst others. I had been into music for over four (4) years as an underground artist in a bid to fulfil my passion in music. I did make a move to open my own recording studio which wasn’t successful because music production wasn’t my thing. I had neither resources nor the backing of others to thrive in this challenging industry but I kept pushing on by making little efforts in line with the African Proverb which says ‘If you think you are too small to make a difference, you haven’t spent a night with a mosquito.’ This spurred me to get involved in odd jobs and other ventures to raise funds to fulfil my dreams. As time went on, I got into my first ever deal with Legendary Soulz to produce my album. The fruit of this deal was the production of Inbox Me and all other tracks on the album PONDER. I had a video released for the track Inbox Me which had which had a wide appraisal from all corners. The aforementioned appraisal gave me fresh impetus to come up with a new video of the track Inbox Me directed this time around by Neftender. My prospects were further brightened on April 3rd, 2018 when Molly Music Group made my single track Inbox Me available on a host of platforms notably iTunes and Spotify. My journey has been that of total struggle especially from my parents who found secular music more of an anathema based on my background as a seminarian. I do not believe in signing to labels as I am running my label ReliOn Bojor Entertainment as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at the moment.I look forward to making my home town, Muyuka known worldover. I remain ever grateful to all those who have supportive throughout my struggle especially my girlfriend Hannah Njie who has believed in my vision. I remain positive about the prospects of the Cameroon Music Industry which is still a niche market. I am confident that hard work will see me to the top with the help of God.