Big Ghun in 2018
|Birth name||Nicholas Tetteh Nartey|
|Also known as||Small Boy Sugar Daddy Kobby Stone|
|Born||1993 (age 26–27)|
|Occupation(s)||Rapper, film director|
Early life and education
Big Ghun was born to parents Martin Tettey Nartey and Regina Nartey. He was raised in Koforidua in the Eastern region of Ghana. He attended Manya Krobo SHS (Odumase-Krobo) where he completed his Senior High School education. He read Bachelor of fine Arts in Film Directing at National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI).
Big Ghun's career in music began in school where he started recording his demos in a rap group called 'Young Khalibenz' and he used to be Kobby Stone back then, he changed his name in 2018. He was made the cover model on the 16th volume of the American-based magazines Leblanc music mag and London Leblanc magazine. He was nominated twice at the maiden edition of Tertiary Music Awards (TERMA). Big Ghun was given an honorary award as motivating student in music. He was a regular panellist on a rap show called Showbiz927 on 3fm, a local radio station based in Accra Ghana. He began performing in 2018 with TiC, when he got featured on a rendition of Nero X's song Yawa Dey, titled Yawa Dey Part 2. Early 2019 he got signed to TNR Music, a record label owned by TiC and released his first single under the label titled Walk Off that featured TiC.  January 2020 Big Ghun released another single Bombastic this single featured Zeal of Vvip fame.
Big Ghun is known to have directed Tv adverts for some brands in Ghana but officially made his entry into the Ghana Film Industry when he premiered a television show he directed in December 2019 at the Silverbird Cinemas located in Accra Ghana. This show was titled “LivingFields Agri Challenge”.
|2017||Oh Yeah!||Non-album single|||
|Big and Famous ft. CJ Biggerman|||
|Steady ft Ayetown|||
|2019||Walk Off ft TiC|||
|2020||Bombastic ft Zeal|||
|2019||Walk Off||Director Danwell|||
|2020||Bombastic||Pb Studios Africa|||
Awards and nominations
|2017||Tertiary Music Awards (TERMA)||Best Student Hip Hop song||Oh Yeah!||Nominated|||
|Best Student Hip Hop Artiste||Himself||Nominated|||
|Best Student Artiste||Nominated|||
- "National Film and Television Institute – Home Page". nafti.edu.gh. Retrieved 27 September 2018.
- "Le'blanc music mag vol 16 gifty". Issuu. Retrieved 24 March 2018.
- Mag, Le'Blanc Music (2016). "Le'Blanc Music Mag Vol. 16-KobbyStone". Le'Blanc Music Mag. 16: 50 – via London Magazine stand.
- "FULL LIST OF NOMINEES: TERTIARY MUSIC AWARDS-GH (TERMA) 2017 – HotGozip". hotgozip.com. Retrieved 24 March 2018.
- "Gospel Act wins artiste of the year at Tertiary Music Awards 2017". ghanaweb.com. Retrieved 24 March 2018.
- "Yawa Dey Part 2".
- "Big Ghun drops new song 'Bombastic' featuring VVIP's Zeal". www.ghanaweb.com. Retrieved 2020-02-09.
- "Kobby Stone - Oh Yeah (Feat Bigg Bone) (Prod by Jo-Quaye) - GhanaNdwom.net". GhanaNdwom.net. 18 March 2017. Retrieved 27 March 2018.
- "Kobby Stone Pays Homage To Hiplife Legends in New Music – Loud Sound GH". loudsoundgh.com. Retrieved 24 March 2018.
- "Kobbystone - Big And Famous (BAF) (Feat CJ Biggerman) - GhanaNdwom.net". GhanaNdwom.net. 30 June 2017. Retrieved 27 March 2018.
- "Kobby Stone - Steady (Feat Ayetown) (Prod by Jo-Quaye) - GhanaNdwom.net". GhanaNdwom.net. 15 September 2017. Retrieved 27 September 2018.
- "Big Ghun releases 'Bombastic' featuring VVIP". www.myjoyonline.com. Retrieved 2020-02-09.
- "YouTube". Retrieved 6 July 2019 – via YouTube.
- 'Bombastic' Big Ghun ft Zeal (VVIP), retrieved 2020-02-09
- "Full List of Nominees: Tertiary Music Awards-GH (TERMA) 2017". Full List of Nominees. Retrieved 24 March 2018.
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