Tony Junior Ahwi Known by his stage name “Big Slim Bandit” is a Nigerian Afro-Pop/Deep Rap/Dancehall & Reggae artist based in Pretoria (South Africa). Born in grimy Ajegunle and raised in Okokomaiko where he had his Primary and Secondary School Education, his background and where he was raised can be pointed as his major influence in being a musical artist. The environment he was raised in is responsible for moulding many successful artists we know today; the likes of 2face Idibia, Daddy Showkey, Fada U-Turn (Late), Oritse Femi to mention but few. Big S Big Slim moved to South Africa in 2012 and soon enrolled in a music workshop with MULTI-RACIAL records as “music hustle” is one of the reasons he left home. He got certified in music production and had since been working on his own songs. The training he got helped him understand music production better and also gave him exposure on music composition. He is a He is a root artist who gets inspired by life and has worked in studios and made collaborations with various artists. After Multi-Racial records workshop in 2013 he put out his first single which he did with the help of Scoobynero, Washkalakunda crooner, a freestyle track titled “Cross Daht Line” produced by Danola Beat. Big S Big Slim Bandit later came across Bolo J Blackson; their coming in contact led to another collaboration and they dropped a song titled “Ile”, an Afro-Dancehall song that attracted the spotlight on him. Big Slim Bandit decided to take his music to another level by setting up a label which he named KINGSTON MUZICK to push his music career further. He has worked with DR Jazz, C-Tea, Prazzi Wailer, Bee JayT, Bodibag (Capetown based), 4llyJay, Elkay and also have performed at various gigs in South Africa.
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