Christian Jojo Joshua popularly known with his stage name CJ Biggerman is Ghanaian rapper born on 4th October 1993 to Mr Samuel Christian and Madam Joyce Twumasi.
He hails from Asuom in the Eastern Region but currently lives in Sakumono.
He is a product of Tema Secondary School and Regional Maritime University and selflessly 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 internationally.
At Tema Secondary School, he unearthed his God-given talent and fully manifested it at this level where he eventually won so many rap battles.
It is no coincidence he was also the entertainment perfect during his time. He got signed onto Kasa Records and released his first EP dubbed IRED Mixtape in 2015.
CJ Biggerman was enlisted as part of the contestants in the season 4 of MTN Hitmaker where he made his way to the finals.
After the sudden exposure, he dropped his first hit single “Lebooboo Number 1” which did massively well and the reception was overwhelming.
With this, he bagged a nomination in the “VGMAs UNSUNG” category in 2016 but lost out to now signed Lynx Entertainment artiste Kuami Eugene.
CJ has had the opportunity to share the same stage with big acts like KiDi, Kuami Eugene, Okyeame Kwame, Magnom among others.
He also got featured on Sarkodie “Biibi Ba” which featured 9 other upcoming rappers and since then he has kept elevating.
In 2019, he broke the internet after having a one-on-one encounter with American prolific rapper Rick Ross when he arrived at the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City Accra for Mr Eazi’s Detty Rave.
CJ Biggerman was able to get the attention of Rick Ross and it was very evident the CEO of Maybach Music was impressed.
He invited to perform with him on the night which gave CJ Biggerman massive exposure and recognition globally.
In 2020, he officially launched another project tagged “The Bigger Picture EP” which witnessed features from Twitch, Wanlov Da Kubolor, Kojo Cue, and Keezy.
It didn’t end there. He kept his consistency in the rap fraternity by releasing a new freestyle every Thursday. He called that one “Biggerman Thursdays” which has garnered over 1 million streams on Audiomack.