Shom- C

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Background information
Birth name Chris Musosha
Born June 23, 1989
Place of Birth Kasama, Zambia.
Genres Multiple
Occupations Record producer, economist, entrepreneur
Instruments Vocals, synthesizer, keyboards, guitar
Years active 2002–present
Labels Zero dB, Slum Dunk (current)
Associated acts Zone Fam, Macky 2 , Ozzy, Redwingz, 32 Karat, B-Flow, HHP, 3C, Holstar, P-Jay, Sobre

Chrispin Muyende Musosha (born June 23, 1989), better known by his stage name Shom-C, is a Zambian multi-genre music producer, sound engineer, and entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of Zero dB Music and He is best known for his productions for popular Zambian hip-hop group Zone Fam. He has produced for many other popular Zambian artistes, including MK II , Ozzy, P-Jay, CQ, The Holstar, 32 Karat, Redwingz, Sobre, Njoya-T and B-Flow. He is widely regarded as a key figure in the popularization of multi-genre fusions, a type of production. He borrows from popular Western genres of hip-hop, reggae, R&B, and EDM and fuses them with a distinct Zambian sound.