If music had not worked out for him, I would have joined my father in selling spare parts – Black Sherif Ghanaian artist, Black Sherif clearly had plans for the future.

The rapper, who is now receiving worldwide notice for his new hit single “Kweku the Traveller,” revealed in an interview with Nana Ashorkor his backup plans if music failed him.

According to Black Sherif, he enjoyed seeing his father work as a spare parts dealer in Konongo and would have assisted him with the business if music had not worked out for him.

Black Sherif discloses his parents’ financial status in an interview @ Okay FM

“I would have been in school or perhaps working with my father.” As a youngster, that was always my dream. My father is a spare parts dealer in Konongo, and it was interesting to see them unload goods; I used to assist. So, absolutely, I would have sold with him.”

Watch the interview below.


Black Sherif is the first Ghanaian to have his song “Kweku the Traveller” reach number one on Apple Music in Nigeria just two days after its release.

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