Black Sherif: Burna Boy Sings Blacko's Twi Song Second Sermon Perfectly In Video

Black Sherif: Burna Boy Sings Blacko's Twi Song Second Sermon Perfectly In Video

  • Burna Boy impressed many netizens when he perfectly sang Black Sherif's Second Sermon
  • The Nigerian singer wore a top with the Ghanaian flag designed on it and passionately sang the tune
  • Folks were pleased to see Burna Boy sing Black Sherif's song so perfectly and praised him

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Nigerian singer Burna Boy at a concert performed Black Sherif's Second Sermon, and he pulled it off exquisitely.

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Burna Boy performing Second Sermon Source: Instagram, TikTok
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Even though the song was predominantly in Twi, Burna Boy managed to sing it word for word.

The crowd at the concert were excited as Burna Boy performed and jammed to the tune. Burna Boy was on the remix of Second Sermon, with a few of his lyrics being in Twi.

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Many peeps did not expect Burna to be able to speak the Ghanain language so flawlessly. Second Sermon is one of Black Sherif's biggest songs, and it got even bigger when he featured Burna Boy on it. The song's music video has amassed 2.2 million views since its publication.

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The Bond Between Ghanaian And Nigerian Artists Is Special

Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Makeda Essien Dadson, a radio show host at Asase Radio touched on the bond between Nigerian and Ghanaian artists. She said the brother and sister bond between music stars. She said:

Well for me I think the relationship between Ghana and Nigerian artist is good one. In as much as it took long for it to happen I've always believed it would be much beneficial to us as Ghanaians. Our relationship is more of a brother-sister vibe and I love to see it

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The Positive Effects Of The Special Bond

Miss Essien mentioned that a good relationship between artists from the two countries was necessary and had positive effects. She said:

The constant collaboration from both countries is really pushing the Ghanaian artists far and internationally. If you should ask me if it's contributing to our major streams and our recognition internationally my answer would always be yes because we can see it for ourselves. The support from the Nigerian community is really impactful

.Burns Boy Amazes Fans

@AFIA❤️said:

He sounds like an Asante man

@the secret acc of ren made a funny comment:

As a Ghanaian who cannot even speak twi I’m so embarrassed rn

@SK DA G also wrote:

nigerians embracing ghanaians and visa versa is what i love to see

@Big Li also commented

bruh his Twi is better than mine frr! If he brought out Black Sheriff I would’ve died right there. I love this song

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@Relaxabeg also wrote:

Y’all should hear him sing in Swahili!! He’s just a genius like that ‍♀️ kinda a naija thing we learn fast cl.

@Jasmine Essence also said:

His twi is so good II wasn’t expecting that at alll

Black Sherif's 45 Music Video Hits 3 Million Views On YouTube; News Excites Fans

In other news, On October 13, 2022, Black Sherif released the official music video to his song 45 from his The Villain I Never Was album.

The music video, which has been trending at Number 1 on YouTube since its release, was directed by TG Omori, Nigeria's most expensive video director.

Ten days after its release, the music video has amassed three million views on the popular video platform.

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Geraldo Amartey (Entertainment Editor) Geraldo Amartey is an Entertainment Editor at YEN.com.gh. He pursued a degree in linguistics at the University of Ghana and graduated in 2020. He has over three years of experience in journalism. Geraldo's professional career in journalism started at the Ministry Of Information, where she worked as a writer. You can reach out to her at geraldo.amartey@yen.com.gh.

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