Ghanaian Trap/Hiplife sensation Mohammed Ismail Sherif, also known as Black Sherif, has reached another milestone in his music career as his latest collaboration with Nigerian heavyweight, Burna Boy, debuts at number 92 on Global Deezer.
Burna Boy and Black Sherif collaborated recently on a remix of his song “Second Sermon.” This song, which features Burna Boy, is Blacko’s biggest collaboration since breaking into the music industry.
Following the release of the song, many African music fans praised the young sensation for landing such a lucrative deal with the Grammy-winning performer. Burna Boy’s fans also praised him for providing Blacko with a fantastic verse on his song.
Burna Boy has previously stated that he will bring Black Sherif on his upcoming tour, so anyone planning on attending one of his shows should learn how to sing the song, including Black Sherif’s section, before going.
A few days after the song’s release, Black Sherif became the first Ghanaian musician to have his own song debut on Global Deezer, with his #SecondSermonRemix debuting at #92 on the digital streaming platform.
In Other News,
Dennis Nana Dwamena, better known as Kidi, the Ghanaian Afrobeats/Highlife crooner, has finally responded to claims made by a tweep that he caused the breakup between him and his ex-girlfriend.
In a reply to Kidi’s tweet, the tweep with the handle Hurricane stated that his ex-girlfriend broke up with him because she loved Kidi and his music. His ex-girlfriend, he claims, would have f*cked Kidi whenever she had the opportunity or met him in person.
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In response to his ghost claims, Kidi denied knowing anything about what he was accused of, asking the young man what exactly he did to cause his breakup with his ex-girlfriend.
See the following tweet: