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Far gone – Check out the first Ghanaian song to cross over 4 million views on YouTube in just a month

Music videos plays an important role in promoting a music.

Some good songs have not so good music videos while some not so good songs have outstanding music videos, some good songs on the other hand have good music videos.

In all, the aim is geared towards the artiste serving his fans and random music lovers with something that will live in their memory which will help them to properly connect with future works as such, YouTube remains a preferred platform for musicians to share their music videos with the world.

Ghana’s music space have seen the production of some great music videos even though there is still room for improvement.

Don’t get it twisted, production of music videos comes at a huge cost in most cases, with many upcoming artiste always struggling to meet financial needs in producing good videos.

But with advanced technology, music video production is becoming less costly if the Artiste choose to be creative and not overly spend like the owner of this Ghanaian song to cross over 4 million views on YouTube, the end result can still be great.

When music videos are released in Ghana, the race is usually how many days that video will take to bag 1 million views on YouTube.

Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, Kuami Eugene, Medikal, Kidi, Mzvee, King Promise among other elite artiste have all at a point shared how delightful they are for their music videos to hit a million views in a short period of time.

This post will introduce you to that Ghanaian music video which has made over 4 million views on YouTube just after a month since its release.

Released on July 16th 2021, Black Sherif’s “Second Sermon” music video is achieving some great feet no young artiste have seen in Ghana before.

The music video currently over 4.5 million views in just a month.

It is however interesting to note, the props and the general stuff used in the production of the music video didn’t look expensive or overly priced but the concept resonate well with people hence the unlimited views coming in every single day.

As we speak, the song is currently the most popular song on Ghanaian airwaves as we speak with people enjoying the term “Kwaku Frimpong di asem beba”

We have kept track of all other artistes in the past and current and how fast their “Individual” videos hit certain numbers on digital platforms when they were released and the second sermon tops all.

The song is being listened to many people beyond Ghana now and it can only get better.

Going by the numbers it has made so far on YouTube in one month, if it should keep up with that moment and even bag half of 4 million views every one month, it’s going to make some 12 million views by the end of the year and that is no small achievement for a new artiste.

Note however that Sarkodie’s “Adonai” which was released in 2014 still remains the most viewed Ghanaian music video on YouTube with over 82 million views in 7 years.

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