Black Sherif Calls For Support For Upcoming Ghanaian Artistes
27 July 2021
By Nelly Chelagat
Fast-rising Ghanaian rapper, Black Sherif has called on other renowned artists in the industry to give the much-needed support and platform to upcoming musicians.
In an interview with GNA Entertainment, the artist noted that the highly experienced in the music industry ought to guide and teach upcoming musicians to enable them to excel with their craft and thrive in the industry both locally and globally.
The ‘Money’ hitmaker is quite popular in the Ghana Music scene at the moment with his banger ‘First ‘ and Second sermons which have surpassed the one million mark on YouTube. Black Sheriff had earlier revealed that street life is what inspires his rap and real-life situations are the bigger part of his tracks.
Adding to it, the rapper stated that he is open to working with anyone in the music industry for the good of Ghanaian music. He also thanked the massive support garnered from fans to his jams urging them to keep up with the good work.
These remarks come just a few days after rapper and showbiz mogul D- Black, urged artists to unite as Music is about building one another rather than going on a solo mission. Speaking during an interview with Tony Best on Akoma FM’S Entertainment 360, the rapper further elaborated that for the creative industry to survive, artists need to support one another.
‘I feel they need to come together and pursue a common agenda. Music is such that, you will not be on top forever. So as a brother‘s shine goes down, he gets featured on a big song on a particular moment to lift him,’ D-Black said.