About VOC

 VOC is a recording artiste who resides in Oregon, USA.  He mainly makes rap music in a language called Pidgin English and is currently writing and recording music vigorously.  His favorite quote is "We are all here for a reason on a particular path. You don't need a curriculum to know that you're a part of the math" made by J. Ivy in his verse on Kanye West's track titled "Never Let Me Down."

VOC is originally from Africa.  He was born in a small town in Southern Cameroons called Tiko, but he grew up in Douala specifically in a tough neighborhood called Mambanda. He calls Mambanda "Africa's Chicago" because of its high crime rate. VOC grew up listening to different genres of music but had and has more love for rap music with a message or messages. VOC enjoyed English Literature and Poetry classes while he was at school which is one of the reasons why he loves rap music with a message. He loves writing poems and stories. 

VOC makes music that people in his home country and many other African countries can relate to. In fact, if you understand Pidgin English, there's a strong possibility that you can relate to the lyrics VOC lays on beats. He isn't scared of talking against the bad governance of his home country and he stands up for the people in his music. VOC is real and he speaks his mind. His lyrical power and flow are untouchable. He is exclusive, he is different, he STANDS OUT! Some of his tracks like "Who Be King?" and "Letter To Atanga Nji Paul" broke the internet and got fans of Cameroonian rap music in a frenzy. His musical influences are musicians like Lapiro (may his soul rest in peace), Prince Eyango, Longue Longue and American rappers like Tupac, Nas, Jay Z, 50 Cent, DMX , Mase, Wyclef, Common, Kanye West, and Eminem. 

VOC is actively recording and releasing music. Join VOC's mailing list and be the first to learn about his new releases. You can also contact VOC at officialmistervoc@gmail.com. 

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