One of Ghana's fast rising RnB and Trap music star, Mohammed Ismail Sheriff popularly known in the music space as Black Sheriff has received an endorsement for his song 2nd sermon from the head Pastor of the International God's Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim.
Black Sheriff who for a couple of weeks now has taken over the traditional and social media airwaves after releasing his latest single dubbed: 2nd sermon following his first sermon has gained a lot of endorsement for his crafts from big artistes like Sarkodie, Yaa Pono , Kwesi Arthur and the latest to join is Prophet Daniel Obinim.
According to a video circulating on social media, the minister of God had the chance to listen to Sheriff's song from one of his songs.
The man of God after listening to the song fell in love with it and decided to listen to it once again. Upon listening to it for the second time decoded the lyrics of the song as he sang it word by word .
Meanwhile , Prophet Obinim after singing the song, gave his endorsement to the craft of killer Blacko and made a passionate appeal to the good people of Ghana to help push his career.
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