Biography

Starting in 2007 with his single hit “Spittin’” Ben Jammin Cool’s rap career took off and he gained instant popularity among peers for his clever rhymes and excellent topic choice. At this time he was making his own beats. He started creating more tracks for his debut album “Timberlands and Twinkies.” As this started the name BJC emerged and it became a nickname for the infamous rapper.
In 2008 Ben Jammin Cool Finished “Timberlands and Twinkies” but with little feedback as no label had become interested with him; although he had now begun to work with producer and fellow Eastcoast rapper Champ Cheeba and had one track on “Timberlands and Twinkies” produced by him, “All the Same.”
In 2009 Ben Jammin Cool officially changed his rap name to BJC, he stated “Me and Cheeba have been spittin the truth lately, and it’s been alot different than my old stuff, and I want to embrace this new change.”
BJC and Cheeba are now working on singles and talk of a duo album has surfaced, so far the only work we have of these two are “Tumblers” and “Brothers of HipHop Education.”

Edited by BensGotSlacks on 2 Sep 2009, 04:39

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