Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon” track seems to be making waves not only amongst the young people and older folks but also the childish are vibing to every bit of it.
This is how come a video going viral on social media paints a perfect image of how the words of the ‘Second Sermon” track resonates with every music-loving person including young primary students.
These students reacted to the song with a bit of drama and finesse. The attitude of one of the boys who was singing the song word for word depicts how he loves and appreciates the masterpiece.
What looked like a skit reveals primary school students jamming to the “Second Sermon” track in the classroom while they should be learning. The one who led them, played the role of “Kwaku Frimpong” as he defied the teacher’s order and led other students to sing with him.
He suffered the consequence, he was punished but the passion he had for the “Second Sermon” track was the driving force behind his decision to sing and jam to it even when he was under punishment.
The video below clearly tells a lot about the work Black Sherif put into the ‘Second Sermon” track and how this has resulted in every class of people vibing to it.
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