Nsima Elonge, a Cameroonian rapper who goes by the stage name “SIMA,” made his first official appearance in the music scene in 2013 and he featured on several professional hip hop tracks including ‘La La La’ a cover from our very own Charlotte Dipanda’s ‘Mouane Diob’, which was impressively artistic. This marvelous talent of a rapper disappeared for a couple of years and he had a responsible response which was: “I went back to the university to get my MSc degree. Unbelievably, he was studying in the Faculty of Health Sciences in Buea, majoring in Chemical Pathology.
This intellectual rapper said he is ready to come back to what he knows how to do best which is back to the studio. Sima has been working and he already has an EP ready. He worked with one of our finest producers we have in this genre, some of which include: 50Stylez and Kiloh. He said this EP is deep and complete with every rap song which will tap out every emotion.
He also said he is not all about entertainment but that he has quite a lot to share with Cameroonians, Africans and humanity in general through his songs. He approved the fact that he has too many stories and moral lessons in his lyrics which are sometimes soulful. Sima is also an independent artist not signed to any record label. More details and announcements of his EP will be made by his promotion/marketing team.
Sima also had an aggressive come back with his latest release of ‘Black Gold’ produced by 50 Stylez from “Real Sonics.” It was released on the evening of Friday 9th of February 2018. You can get a tip of the iceberg following the link below: