Meet Biggie Stacks, a Ghanaian-UK based Hiphop and Dancehall artist

Biggie Stacks (Born Jan Evers) hails from the Netherlands. He is the 1st of 2 kids. He is a Uk based Ghanaian artiste specialised in Hip-Hop, Rap, Afro-Beat, Dance-Hall, Afro-Swing etc.

Biggie Stacks is a talented Songwriter, studio artist and performer. He is currently not signed unto any label.

Biggie Stacks is half Dutch, half Ghanaian.
His mum is a Ghanaian that hails from the Fante Region. His dad is from a city called Beek in the Netherlands.
He has one little brother.

Early life

Biggie Stacks grew up in Nijmegen, a small city in the southern part of The Netherlands (Holland). He attended Prins Mauritsschool in Nijmegen. He schooled for 2 academic terms in John Teye in Accra. He then furthered his education at Kandinsky College in The Netherlands. He also lived in Ghana a for a while to assist his dad in his Real – Estate company.
He later moved to the United Kingdom to pursue a career. He currently lives in the United Kingdom.

Musical Career.
From a young age, his interest has always been in music. His dad bought him his first microphone when he was just 11 years old. Biggie Stacks would then play around with Production Software like Cubase and Audacity.
He is a musical engineer that mixes vocals and masters them.
He has recorded 20 tracks at least so far,
He has recorded songs with the likes of EeiiNation, Blaq Flit, Quacee Flames,
He was featured by EeiiNation in their album “Exosia” which was released not too long ago.
He is yet to shoot his first videoclip this year which will be his debut single.

Musical inspirations
Growing up as a kid Biggie Stacks would listen to artistes like 50Cent, Lil Wayne, Ace Hood, Meek Mill and Sarkodie. He would rap along to their songs. He later developed interest in the Ghanaian Music.
He’s a big fan of Sarkodie, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale.
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