Despite the usual show host McBrown not being available for this Weekend's United ShowBiz show, it was lit as usual. Abeiku Santana did justice to the show like he always does, and oo, the liveband turned the stage upside down. It was total fun from start to finish.
This week had the usual Arnold and Bulldog on the show. The artist who joined them were Kwame Yogot, Black Sherif, Kweku Darlington, and Kofi Jamar. Of course when these guys are assembled, you should know it would all be about trap music and more.
This week, our spotlight was on Black Sherif. Black Sherif goes deep into the trap music genre and also fuses it with rap and singing.
We spotted him showcasing some dance moves both while he was seated and while he was on the floor performing . If you missed this week's episode, then it means you missed that too, but here are a few images from his moves while he was dancing.
The Kweku Frimpong de asem beba hitmaker displaying some dance moves.
Black's real name is Mohammed Ismail Sherif. The musician was born on the 9th of January 2002. With his potential, we know there is a lot of good things in waiting for us.
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