JJC (short for Johnny Just Come) is the stage name for Abdul Rasheed Bello, a Nigerian rapper and record producer. He was born on April 4, 1977 in Kano, Nigeria. JJC (aka. "Skillz") is mostly known in the UK as the producer and creator of the multi-platinum and award winning group Big Brovaz. He has also worked with the likes of Jamelia, Lemar, Jennifer Lopez, Liberty X, and Genuwine.

He is currently CEO of BIGBOYZ Entertainment, which is home to a collection of outstanding young artists, as well as a number of developing new artists, that are already making waves within the Nigerian music industry and internationally. He has stated that some of his influences are Shina Peters and Fela Kuti.

In the African music scene, JJC is established as one of the leading African hip-hop artists, the creator of the Afropean sound, and the man behind such notable artists as D'Banj, Don Jazzy, The 419 Squad, Weird MC, Olu Maintain, Bouqui, and Justina. Together with his group, The 419 Squad, he has won numerous awards, including Best African Group, at the 2004 KORA All Africa Music Awards (the pan-African equivalent of the Grammy Awards).

JJC embodies the true word an "International African" who continues to help spread his anthem home and overseas: We are African and Proud!