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Micheal Jackson reborn in Africa

As early as the tender age of 10, B Consty MJ was already famous for his flawless Michael Jackson moves. The talented B Consty MJ was born and raised in the South region of Cameroon Messama.

His music influence came from his father who was a great rock and roll dancer. “I have been dancing for as long as I can remember but it was at the age of 18 when I realized that it was more than just a hobby but something I wanted to do for the rest of my life.” Says B Consty MJ.

In 2007 he recorded his first demo “NSILI” meaning the Offering. The demo comprised of ten tracks that spoke about his life, music journey and accomplishments. It was loved and well received in Cameroon.

He opened for PSQUARE when they toured Cameroon and worked with many great artists all across Africa.

The Music Journey.

After his debut album, he still struggled to get funding to advance his career but that never deterred his spirit but gave him a reason to work even harder.

He travelled to the UK to clear his mind and learn about other cultures before he decided to come to South Africa to work on his second album, which is a tribute to Michael Jackson. The album is currently under production. The album titled “The Hier of the King of Pop’’ is due to be released this year.’’


Without a doubt B Consty MJ is one of the greatest Michael Jackson performers to emerge from Africa.

His shows are always jam packed and he always leaves his audience mesmerized and asking for more.

“ I have always been inspired by iconic performers  like Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Johnny Hallyday, Square and the main man himself, the greatest performer in the world, Michael Jackson.”


Love for music

“My whole life revolves around music and performance; I am as good as dead without music. There were times when I felt like giving up but after a few weeks I feel like there’s something that is missing from my life. I can’t live without music…” – B Consty MJ

Meeting Micheal Jackson.

One of the highlight of his career was meeting Michael Jackson in person. “In 2009 I travelled to Ivory coast three months before Michael Jackson passed away. Meeting my icon in person ignited the fire inside of me to keep going because I know I am destined for greatness.


Other Artists he’s worked with…

B Consty MJ has worked with many talented artists all over Africa, Manu Dibango,  Youssou N’dour , The Black Styles, PSquare, Petit Pays, Ani Anzouer, Polo Ban log, Wade,Sam fan Thomas, Sergeo Polo, Benjy Mateke, Tanus Foe, Flavy Nono, Kay Q –B, Fair me Vicky Banty (Nigeria), Bantu Klan (Gabon) , Jeff Dawala Shakur (Cameroon) and many more.