Black Sherif beats Sark, WizKid, to emerge most-streamed artiste on YouTube in August

Black Sherif beats Sark, WizKid, to emerge most-streamed artiste on YouTube in August

  • Black Sherif has set an enviable record in the month of August with his views on YouTube
  • The young musician managed to top the list of most-streamed artistes on the popular website
  • Black Sherif amassed a whopping 2.35 million views and was followed closely by Mona4reall

Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif, known in real life as Mohammed Ismail Sherif, has become a topic of interest following a new record he has set in the month of August 2021.

According to statistics coming from Charts Ghana's Twitter page, the First and Second Sermon hitmaker managed to take pole position in the most streamed songs for August this year.

Per the statistics, Black Sherif managed to amass a whopping 2.35 million views on YouTube beating the likes of Ghana's fastest rapper Sarkodie and Nigeria's WizKid.

Black Sherif beats, Sark, WizKid, to emerge as most-streamed artiste on YouTube in August
Black Sherif beats, Sark, WizKid, to emerge as most-streamed artiste on YouTube in August
Source: Twitter

Black Sherif took the music scene in Ghana by storm after he dropped his First Sermon.

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The buzz around the musician soared within a short period and he tapped into the trend to drop his Second Sermon.

His Second Sermon shot through the roof in a matter of days and he got his first 1 million views on YouTube with the song going viral in the country and beyond.

Below is the list:

Top 10 Artists on @YouTube For the Month of August.

1.@blacksherif - 2.35M+ views

2.@Mona4reall1 - 1.14M+

3.@sarkodie - 1.05M+

4.@shattawalegh - 1.04M+

5.@Omah_Lay - 489k+

6.@wizkidayo - 461k+

7.@YAWTOG - 439k+

8.@dianaahamilton - 434k+

9.@officialguchi2 - 432k+

10.@MMercychinwo - 425k+

While commenting on the massive achievement, Starr FM's Caleb Boye patted Black Sherif on the back and had some words of encouragement for him.

The Starr FM radio show host said Black Sherif had to solidify himself in the music industry so he could stay relevant for years.

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"I think Black Sherif must maintain the aggressive style. It is enviable. It is marketable. It will catch global attention.
Also, I think he should pay critical attention to his production. The sounds I mean. Once the brand starts growing we must see a change in sound quality so it meets the standard.
Also, he must have a dedicated team to do his bidding. Not errand boys," Caleb Boye noted.

Speaking about musicians, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that silky-voiced Ghanaian singer, Christie Quincyna Quarcoopome, famed as Cina Soul, has said that it should not come as a surprise to people if she gets married to fellow singer, Kidi.

While speaking in an interview with Ola Michaels on Accra-based Okay FM, Cina Soul indicated that she had known Kidi way back during their university days.

According to her, Kidi has been very instrumental in her music career and they have a very strong friendship.

Source: Yen

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