Anjianjei Constantine known in showbiz circles as Wams Mrklassic is an independent performing artist, singer and song writer and guitarist with 6years of professional experience playing with bands around Cameroon and Africa.
He is authorof the classic titled “Newsman” that has been voted as best inspirational song from Africa at the OVUUMS in Switzerland 2018.
He has published over 10 singles. He recently launched his ten -track debut album called TAKE2 in an epic live concert with his band and sold thousands of copies to support some needy and underprivileged children in Douala,Cameroon.
Wams is a versatile multitalented musician; he is constantly working to find new sound together with members of his band. His music has been reviewed by opinion leader magazines and has been described to be the bridge between the new generation pop sound and the old generation classic medley and is therefore appealing to fans of a vast age group. His recent outstanding performance as guest artist at the world youth forum theatre in Egypt (November 2018), has been broadcasted and reviewed by local broadcast, print and online media.
He is currently on a media tour to promote his newly released album and is doing several paid and unpaid gigs to increase his fan base.
Wams has a growing fan base and following on his social media handles
Facebook: @Wamsofficiel Instagram: @Wamsofficial YouTube: Wams Mrklassic
Management WhatsApp: +237676335224 Wams grew up with his uncle El Chic Echondong alias Amumba, a celebrated Highlife musician from Cameroon.
He learned basic music theory and watched his uncle play the guitar and hassince then followed in his footsteps. During rehearsals, his uncle’s band would give him a chanceto interpret American blues songs and some contemporary African hits at the age of 15 to theappreciation of many. Wams would thrill his school mates in high school as he performed in asmall school band called the roonians of BGS Buea.
He released his first single titled Amingyawhile he was lead singer of his university of Buea school band.After a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass communication, Wams developed interest inwriting theme songs for movies, documentaries, and community based campaigns.
The first washis afro – soul piece Africa love that was used as theme song in Paul Samba’s Too Deep.