The well-known Nigerian songstress, Tiwa Savage, and growing Ghanaian artist, Black Sherif have been located in another video trending everywhere on social media which has left fans amazed.
Blacko Sherif is a growing Ghanaian craftsman who as of late assumed control over the media and the whole web with his 'Second Sermon' track. Sherif who is as yet seeking after his college class in the college is an energetic artist. His songs; First Sermon, Second Sermon, and Money are incredible bangers that rouse many folks.
However, In a new Viral video, Blacko Sherif and Tiwa Savage were spotted showing their dancing skills. It is genuinely very interesting watching the two influential artists from various parts of the words vibing as though they've known themselves for quite a long time.
The two characters met at the Sandbox Night Club in Ghana during Tiwa Savage's new visit. In the video attached, Tiwa Savage and Black Sherif are seen sticking to Tiwa's 'Someone's Son' melody.
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