Fast-rising musician Black Sherif finally out with a new song titled ' First Sermon freestyle '. Black Sherif this time round went out of his comfort zone as this new piece is a new style he has never tried. Fans of Black Sherif are jamming to the song despite the switch. This new tune is to prep listeners for his forthcoming album ' Road To The tape ' produced by Ghanaian Stallion.
Less than 24 hours of release and ' First Sermon Freestyle ' is doing well on YouTube. Comments shared in the comment section of Black Sherif's YouTube channel are positive and encouraging. They do not seem to understand why he is still regarded as an up and coming art and didn't get nominated for this year's Vodafone Ghana Music Awards ( VGMA ). One of the comments reads ' it's sad how Ghana Music Industry sleep on Talents like Blacko. Anyways you can make the difference by listening to his music on digital platforms and voting for him when ever he gets nominated for any award category.
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