- Black Sherif has been spotted making his fanbase in Nigeria go crazy with his performance
- The Ghanaian star joined his Nigerian counterpart Burna Boy to perform the Second Sermon remix
- An excited crowd was seen cheering on the young Ghanaian star as he entertained them to the best of his abilities
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Ghanaian burgeoning musician Mohammed Ismail Sherif famed as Black Sherif, has thrilled his Nigerian fans in a concert that saw him performing his songs.
In a number of videos sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Black Sherif was seen joining Nigerian superstar Burna Boy known in real life as Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu on stage.
The duo was spotted thrilling a packed auditorium with all the renditions of his Sermon trilogy.
Burna Boy was seen moving up and down excitedly as he jammed to the song and backed Black Sherif to sing the 1st and 2nd Sermons.
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The duo then went on to thrill the fans with the Second Sermon remix which is already a banger in both Ghana and Nigeria.
Newfound 'bromance' between Black Sherif and Burna Boy
The Nigerian star took a liking for Black Sherif some months ago when he was spotted jamming to the Second Sermon song while on tour in the UK.
Burna Boy was seen singing the Twi lines in the song and later spotted watching the music video of the song.
Following that time, the duo came into contact and decided to work on a remix of the Second Sermon which has already made millions of views across all streaming platforms.
GH rick kid Shuga Kwami spotted sharing live chicken, rice, others on holiday (video)
Meanwhile, Ghanaian businessman and rich kid popularly known as Shuga Kwami has given back to society after he was spotted sharing items in public.
In a number of videos and photos sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Shuga Kwami was seen at Alhaji, a suburb of Accra handing out live chicken, drinks, rice and cash to people.
Many residents of the neighbourhood were seen in long queues waiting their turn to enjoy the benevolence of the Ghanaian entrepreneur
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