- Photos of billboards in the United States featuring Ghana's Black Sherif, are making waves online
- The pictures have been seen so far from Los Angeles, California, New York, New York and Atlanta Georgia
- Ghanaians have been applauding the young superstar for the feat that is only one of many following the release of his debut album
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Black Sherif has enviably overtaken some major billboards in some of the biggest cities in the United States of America.
In photos that have surfaced on social media, the Ghanaian musician's photos and pictures of his new album were spotted around Los Angeles, California, New York, New York and Atlanta Georgia.
This is only one of the milestones Black Sherif's The Villian I Never Was album has chalked since its release on Thursday, October 6, 2022.
As YEN.com.gh reported, it has raked in more than 70 million views on the streaming and audio discovery platform, Audiomack.
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The first album of the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards nominee achieved the milestone in less than 24 hours after its release.
A little over 24 hours after the release of the album, it also set a record on Apple Music UK albums chart. It peaked at number 9 on the chart.
How Ghanaians are reacting to Black Sherif's billboard photos
Empire is a very good advertising brand. Aside the money thay they will get the bigger share, they will really give you the fame you want. Somebody give me their number. I want to advertise my Brukina business
Man needs his flowers. This album is going to win Grammy. Been on repeat since.
A lot of musicians Dey with empire but don’t get this reach. The guy be talented ankasa.
Check out some of the photos below
Sonnie Badu Describes Black Sherif As Bob Marley Reincarnated In Ghana
In another story, famous Ghanaian minister Sonnie Badu has made a rather striking statement about Ghana's iconic youngster, Black Sherif, who has been chalking milestones of success in the past year.
On his verified Instagram handle, Sonnie Badu who now runs his ministry outside the shores of Ghana, made a comparison between the Ghanaian musician and the legendary Bob Marley.
According to Sonnie Badu, Black Sherif's wisdom as he portrays in his lyrical art convinces him that the youngster is the reincarnated form of the most famous Reggae musician of all time.
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