I Would Have Been A Spare Parts Dealer – Black Sheriff speaks as he talks about Sarkodie
The reigning music sensation, widely known as Black Sherif, has finally revealed during an interview with Naa Ashorkor, hat he would have continued to support his father who runs a spare parts business if his dream of being a musician hadn’t come true.
During the interview, the young MC tackled issues he had with his management and Ghanaians at large. He acknowledged his mistakes but added he’s just a kid who is allowed to mess up.
He insisted he’s still determined to make it – Ghanaians just have to sit back and watch him fly to the Stars.
Talking about how people have been comparing him with Sarkodie and other top Stars, he made it clear that, he don’t like that kind of comparism and people should resist from that because he is still working hard to the top.
Take a listen to Kwaku the Traveller, embedded from the Youtube page of Black Sherif below:
Black Sherif Kwaku the Traveller Review
Killer Blacko just established himself as hands down the best artiste in Ghana with this masterpiece.
The young rapper is the present and future of Ghanaian music and proves it spectacularly in Kwaku the Traveller.
Ghanaians have taken him to task recently over the shambolic manner he handled his managerial issues.
Sherif felt the sting of how quickly the narrative can turn as he was handed the most damaging of tags – ungrateful.
Previously he had been the darling boy of the people, the plucky underdog who found fame and stardom through hustling and releasing the street anthem Second Sermon.
The young man didn’t like the feel of being on the bad side of Ghanaians due to news of him allegedly dumping his manager who took him to stardom.