Ross-Emmanuel Bayeto, widely known by his stage name Afro B, is an acclaimed British DJ and singer-songwriter. He gained significant recognition following the success of his smash hit single, "Drogba (Joanna)," which reached number 23 on the US Billboard RnB/Hip-Hop Airplay chart and sparked the viral sensation known as the Drogba Challenge. Born in Greenwich, London, England, Afro B showcases a unique blend of musical styles, collectively referred to as "Afrowave," fusing elements of hip-hop, dancehall, and Afrobeat melodies.

During his formative years, Afro B honed his skills as a pianist and later became a member of the All Star Skankers group. He subsequently embarked on his DJ career at a local London club named NW10. Early in his professional journey, Afro B released several successful singles such as "Sweet Coco," "Baba God," "Soulard," "One and Only," "Fell in Love," "Bad Boys," "Mo n'ife Re," "Stay Winning," "Juice and Power," and "Pull Up." These paved the way for his debut album, "AfroWave."

The following year, Afro B unleashed the chart-topping single "Drogba" and unveiled his second album, "Afrowave 2." Continuing his creative momentum, he released his third studio album, "Afrowave 3." Among his other notable hits are "Condo" and "Fine Wine and Hennessy," showcasing his versatility and captivating musical prowess. Afro B's music resonates with a diverse audience and has cemented his status as a prominent figure in the contemporary music scene.