- Black Sherif is still in the UK after his successful show at the KOKO arena in London and has granted an interesting interview
- The young musician was hosted by Seani B and Eddie Kadi on BBC Radio 1Xtra, and he talked about his hometown Konongo Zongo
- Sherif proudly spoke about where he came from, which pleased many Ghanaians as they were glad the musician was proud of his roots
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Young Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif, granted an interview with BBC Radio 1Xtra, a British digital radio station owned and operated by the BBC. It broadcasts black music, including hip-hop and R&B.
It is a big and prestigious platform for a musician to feature on. Black Sherif took the opportunity to sell his hometown to the world.
The young musician had a broad smile on his face as he spoke about his roots. He told Seani B and Eddie Kadi, the show hosts, about Konongo Zongo and its influence on his music.
Balck Sherif mentioned that there was a serious dancehall influence where he comes from. According to him, every kid in Konongo Zongo who was interested in music was influenced by Dancehall.
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People were happy that the young musician mentioned his home town on such a big platform and was glad about him being proud of his roots.
Ghanaians Praise Black Sherif
Sniper don said:
good people never forgets there back ,eg. Sheriff never forgets his zongo
Harriet also commented:
Konongo to the whole wiase Asante Akim is proud of you
user7684619925219 also commented:
the fact is, he really enjoys the place
Sniper don also wrote:
No matter what, never forgets your back(zongo) where u came from and now a popular never ever forget ,it will be better if u follow Sheriff,he encoura
Black Sherif, Amaarae, Juls, Feature On Stormzy's Album, Ghanaians Show Excitement
In an interview, multiple award-winning Ghanaian-British rapper Stormzy has announced the details of his much-anticipated album, "This is what I Mean"
The album featured popular names from the Ghanaian and Nigerian music space, such as Black Sherif, Amaarae, Juls, Ayra Starr, and Oxlade, among others.
Ghanaians have taken to social media to express their excitement upon finding out their favourites were featured on the album.
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