Asu Chalz BAD PIPO Asu chalz is a fast rising afro pop singer from cameroon
With three hit singles “Punanni” | “comme ça ” and “BengBeng” plus his recent three nominations at the Beri Arts Award as “most promising artist, Best new song and best video” under his belt, Charles ngoh asukwa who is known by his stage name as ASU CHALZ is an expert independent afro musician on the raise in the Afro world.
Hailing from Cameroon, bamenda, a son of the soils of Bafmeng/Bameta as he took after his mum and dady respectively, Asu Chalz has studied under top influential institutions in his country Cameroon as he studied motor electrical engineering at international technology universal center (ITUC) and upon graduation, he was sent to the garage to do the practicals at Mba auto Mobil in limbe old park.
Although none of his family members were involved in music, Asu Chalz had an ear and active passion for music after only a year or two of experiencing life.
Ever since he was a toddler, Asu committed himself in learning and grabbing any opportunity he could as he came across “marc eff” Over the years.
Marc eff did all he could in helping him and developed his skills with vocal practices and other musical lessons after which He began writing and performing in his own lyrics under the mentorship of Marc eff.Asu Chalz BAD PIPO
After studying his quirky idols puff dady, usher, neyo and jay z, Asu made his way into the industry in early 2017 with his debut single “Punanni” produced by marc eff at kovapot beats and directed by Mr Tim for MR TIM’S FILM WORKS.
This project marked a start of a super star as Punanni was/has been generally accepted here at home and abroad as the single keeps topping influential chats on a regular.
Asu Chalz has been noted as a crowd pulling artists as he keeps filling up halls and selling out concerts on a regular bases and it keeps getting better and better.
Shaving/styling his hair with two bakala lines at the left corner of his head and wearing white as his official colour, Asu has received numerous bookings and nomination acknowledgments