Mohammed Ismail Sherif Kwaku Frimpong known professionally as Black Sherif is a Ghanaian musician and performer. He gained mainstream acclaim with his street anthem "Second Sermon" released in July 2021.
Black Sherif has become one the youngest artiste rising to the fame at age twenty. He was actually bon on January 9, 2002 . He hails from Konongo. A gold bar mining and manganese mining located in the Ashanti region of Ghana.
Black Sheriff ,after wining several awards of VGMA23 in most of the categories he was placed in, he shows most gratitude to his school mates or all of his supporters to his music career.
He had his primary and secondary education in Konongo in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Attended Kumasi Academy and completed in 2019.
However ,he is not surprised Kidi won the VGMA23 artiste of the year. He is currently a big fan of him and he intends collaborating for a new hit song.
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