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Black Sherif, I developed a deep love for drill music after hearing Asakaa Boys

Mohammed Ismail Sherif Kwaku Frimpong, better known as Black Sherif in the entertainment world, has discussed the musical influences that helped shape his sound.

Since breaking into the music business, Black Sherif has only known success. Many music enthusiasts have taken notice of him, particularly as a result of his back-to-back hits, the majority of which are drilled songs.

Black Sherif said that the Asakaa Boys from Kumasi forced him to choose that path following the well-liked Kumerica movement in an interview with Asaase Radio in Accra.

He declared, "I would give the Asakaa Boys all the credit because they really made drill popular throughout Africa and even in Kenya they are now performing drill songs.

Black Sherif said in a virtual interview from London, "I fell in love with drill music after listening to the Asakaa Boys, therefore I would say that they inspired what I'm producing since it had some intensity and vibe in there which attracted my interest."

The genre has risen to the top, where it rightly belongs, since since Asakaa Boys introduced it to the music scenes.

On Friday, November 18, 2022, Black Sherif performed in London to a packed house.

The 2021 VGMA 'New Artist of the Year' pulled a surprise on fans, a double dose of the vibes by bringing on Nigeria's wavy king, Burna Boy. Fans were massively locked up everywhere and filled with such excitement at the concert.

After Black Sherif achieved his major breakthrough in the music industry with his smash hit tune, "Second Sermon," the two musicians have recently forged a friendship and become close friends.

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