The MOBO Awards are an annual British music award show that recognizes a wide range of musical genres. Hip-hop, grime, UK Drill, R&B, soul, reggae, jazz, gospel, and African music are among these genres.
Black Sherif performed at the OVO Arena in Wembley for the 25th anniversary of the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards.
The mainstream Hiphop artist wowed the packed house with his popular songs Second Sermon Remix and Kwaku The Traveller.
Sarkodie recently stated that Black Sherif is Ghana's top musical representative outside of the country.
Sark revealed this during a chit-chat on 3Music TV while promoting his recently released album, Jamz, which features Blacko on the song Countryside.
According to Sark, Black Sherif has a distinctive sound that is in line with contemporary trends and has helped him amass a sizable, devoted audience both domestically and abroad.
He said he was happy that local artists were receiving attention on a global scale. The multiple award-winning rapper pleaded with audience members to refrain from inciting conflict between musicians and instead concentrate on supporting Ghanaian music.
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