Sarkodie cautions detractors against employing their vile witchcraft against Black Sherif Down as they have done with other artists.
Rapper Sarkodie from Ghana has urged haters and envious industry figures to stay away from budding artist Black Sherif.
In a recently released song, Sarkodie recognised that some witches with “foolish” resentment will do whatever to make sure that other musicians lose when they are winning, but they shouldn’t take their gimmicks to Blacko.
Since the young man first gained notoriety, the multiple award-winning rapper has been doing everything in his can to promote Black Sherif.
During Black Sherif’s album listening party, he freely admitted that the musician is currently the face of Ghana in other countries and has a large following there.
Sarkodie’s statement follows recent claims that some industry figures were arguing that Black Sherif is not a particularly unique musician and shouldn’t be pushed in the same manner as Ghanaians.
In the lyrics of his most recent song, FNIS (Fraud Nig*s In Suit), King Sark included a warning. Listen to it down below.
Young Ghanaian singer-songwriter Black Sherif stormed the business and made significant strides in less than two years after breaking through.
The Second Sermon hitmaker is currently signed to the Empire Africa record company. He has already broken numerous Billboard chart records and received nominations for two international awards.
His most recent album, The Villian I Never Was, is now receiving a tonne of streaming attention, and the music video for 45, an album single, has received over 3 million views in just under a week.