Cameroonian singer/songwriter Blick Bassy was created in 1974 and was raised in Yaoundé, the administrative centre of Cameroon, but he found appreciate his ethnic heritage when he was delivered to live along with his grandparents within their village at age ten, studying the Bassa culture of his ancestors. At 17, he produced his first music group, Jazz Crew, pursuing it with Macase in 1996. The last mentioned group released the albums Etam (1999) and Doulou (2003). Bassy still left Macase in 2005 and transferred to Paris, where he freelanced being a musician with Manu Dibango, Cheick Tidiane Seck, Lokua Kanza, and Etienne Mbappe before obtaining a contract to create his first single documenting. His debut single album, Léguy (this means “reflection”), premiered in the U.S. by Four Quarters on, may 19, 2009.