Renowned Sierra Leonean musician, Jimmy Bangura, affectionately known as Jimmy B and hailed as “The Godfather of Sierra Leone’s music industry,” recently embarked on the journey of matrimony with his beloved wife.
Amidst a jubilant gathering at the Freetown registry, the Godfather solidified his commitment to his cherished bride, surrounded by their beloved family, close friends, and well-wishers.
Heartfelt congratulations have inundated the Godfather, honoring and commemorating this extraordinary milestone in his life.
Jimmy Bangura, born in Sierra Leone, is a multi-talented individual excelling in music, filmmaking, production, and entertainment. He has earned the esteemed moniker of the “Godfather of Sierra Leone music.”
Prior to relocating to South Africa and establishing a music studio there, Jimmy B made his mark by appearing in Eddie Murphy’s 1988 romantic comedy, “Coming to America.” Subsequently, following the conclusion of the Sierra Leone Civil War in 2002, he played a pivotal role in releasing numerous hip-hop albums and compilations from Paradise Studio.