Black Sherif has given an insight of what his music journey has been so far.
In an interview with Andy Dosty of Hitz Fm in Accra the “Second Sermon” hitmaker said he had a thing for music but he started doing music officially in June 2019.
He did a freestyle dubbed “Cry for Me” which went viral. In the process Comedian Ajeezay saw the video too and contacted him.
He voluntarily brought him to Accra for the first time and made him to attend an interview at Adom Fm after which he took him to Yaa Pono’s house to meet him.
When the host asked how he still remembers these events as though it happened last night, Black Sherif said it’s important you remember those who helped you along the line.
He maintained he’s a street boy and street boys always give gratitude.
Black Sherif has been making massive progress with his career since joining the music profession 2 years ago.
His single titled “Money” recently made 2 million streams on Boomplay
His hottest Jam on the block titled “Second [email protected] has made over a million views on YouTube in its first week since it was released
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