As part of the promotion for his debut record, "The Villain I Never Was," which was released on October 6, the new "Youth Chief" of Tamale is currently touring the area.
During the somber coronation ceremony in the Dakpema Palace hosted a celebration in his honor witnessed Blacko being adorned in a rich Northen smock and matching headwear fit for royalty.
In addition to expressing his gratitude to the people of Tamale, Black Sherif, real name Mohammed Ismail Sharrif, promised to support them.
On Monday, October 10, 2022, the rapper, age 20, was given the chieftaincy title.
The rapper's 14-track album, which has garnered a lot of support from prominent figures in the local music industry, has already topped charts and received great reviews from music fans..
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