Born to Congolese parents in East London, Janga was exposed to a diverse range of musical styles from an early age.
Growing up in a large family, he developed a deep appreciation for various artists spanning the 20th and 21st centuries, with Tupac Shakur, Michael Jackson, and The Beatles topping his list of all-time favorites.
After spending 18 years in London, Janga moved to Northampton to attend the town’s esteemed university. During this time, he also devoted considerable effort to learning French and Spanish, as part of his ambition to become bilingual.
Though he initially dabbled in rap as a hobby, Janga decided to take the plunge into the music industry in late 2019. His dedication paid off in 2020 when he released his debut single, “Next Level,” earning widespread acclaim.
Much like Janga, Cindy B was raised in East London, where she was immersed in a rich tapestry of musical influences. Inspired by artists such as Aaliyah, David Bowie, Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, and Michael Jackson, she began expressing herself through songwriting and singing at a young age.
By the time she was seven, Cindy B had already picked up the guitar and keyboard. Now, at just 20 years old, she has penned over a hundred songs, and her career as a musician is taking flight.
With invaluable experience on the producing side of the music industry under his belt, Janga recently released two new tracks, “We Don’t Play” and “Never Enough.” Both songs showcase the exceptional talents of Cindy B, highlighting the duo’s undeniable chemistry and shared passion for music.
“Never Enough,” which features Cindy B, is about facing life’s challenges head-on and refusing to settle for mediocrity because you believe you deserve more.
Janga invites the audience inside his mind and shares some of his most private feelings and viewpoints. He talks about things like gang violence, authoritarianism, equality, and speaking your opinion.
Then Cindy B’s voice comes on, singing about the anguish of being lied to and the temptation to give up. The song’s message is that these feelings are universal, thus you should never try to persuade yourself otherwise.
Janga and Cindy B’s collaboration is a testament to their eclectic influences, blending their individual styles into a unique and captivating sound. Keep an eye on this dynamic duo as they continue to make their mark on the music world and explore new creative heights together.