Black Sherif Tattoes "Kwaku The Traveller" On His Hand; Shows It Off In Photo

Black Sherif Tattoes "Kwaku The Traveller" On His Hand; Shows It Off In Photo

  • Black Sherif has inked 'Kwaku The Traveller' on his skin for good following the song going viral in Ghana and beyond
  • The music prodigy flaunted the tattoo which he got placed his hand which was postted in a recent interview
  • Black Sherif is currently making waves across music charts all over the world with his latest release Kwaku The Traveller

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Ghanaian musician and most-talked-about entertainer in recent times, Black Sherif known in real life as Mohammed Ismail Sherif has etched his song on his body forever.

The Ghanaian musician recently showed off a new tattoo during an exclusive interview with pulse.com.gh.

The tattoo bears the title of his new banger titled 'Kwaku The Traveller' which is written boldly on the back of his hand.

Speaking about the tattoo, Black Sherif said he got it done way before he dropped the song and placed it the timing around a month before the song's release.

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Black Sherif Tattoos "Kwaku The Traveller" On His Hand; Shows It Off In Video
Black Sherif Tattoos "Kwaku The Traveller" On His Hand; Shows It Off In Video
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"I got this like a month ago before the release," asked if he did it because he believed the song was going to be this huge and topping charts across the globe

In response, the First and Second Sermon hitmaker noted:

"Every song I release, I think it's for every artiste because you wouldn't drop a song if you don't believe in the song".

The 20-year-old has other tattoos which he spoke about. He has flames drawn on his arm, according to him, it is the representation that everything he touches is hot.

"I have flames here, it means everything I go touch, hot and stuff".

In the video below, he showed off another piece of writing on his hand that read:

"Tell my mummy I love her".

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Tik Tok Star Asantewaa Shows Behind The Scenes Of Her Kwaku The Traveller Video

Meanwhile, award-winning Ghanaian TikTok star Martina Dwamena known online as Asantewaa has showed her fans what she goes through to produce content on Tik Tok.

In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the Tik Tok queen decided to show her fans how she made her rendition of Black Sherif's 3Music Awards performance of Kwaku The Traveller.

She was seen standing in a huge basin while standing in front of her camera fitted to a ring light fixed to a stand.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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