Black Sherif: Ghanaian Musician Releases His Much-Anticipated Song Kilos Milos

Black Sherif: Ghanaian Musician Releases His Much-Anticipated Song Kilos Milos

  • Black Sherif has released his much-anticipated song, Kilos Milos, and many Ghanaians are excited about the tune
  • The song, which was released at midnight on June 19, 2024, talks about Black Sherif's struggle from the bottom and making it to the top
  • The tune is a mix of trap and hip-hop sounds and is predominantly in Twi and English, resonating with fans of the versatile artiste
  • Chris Tsormanah, in a conversation with YEN.com.gh, shared his thoughts on Black Sherif's new music and praised his talent

Black Sherif has excited fans with his much-anticipated release, Kilos Milos. Dropped at the stroke of midnight on June 19, 2024, the song has already captivated Ghanaians, resonating deeply with fans who have eagerly awaited its arrival.

Black Sherif releases his much-anticipated song, Kilos Milos
Ghanaian musician Black Sherif. Photo Source: black_sherif
Source: Instagram

Kilos Milos paints an interesting picture of Black Sherif's journey from humble beginnings to the pinnacle of success. The song's lyrics vividly portray the struggles and perseverance that have defined his path, making it a relatable anthem for many who have faced similar battles.

Read also

Afronita and Abigail: Fan shouts fake love during their performance, video drops amid breakup rumours

The track, produced by Black Sherif's trusted producer, Joker Nharnah, blends trap and hip-hop sounds, making the music exciting and easy to jam to. Predominantly performed in Twi and English, Black Sherif shows Ghanaians his versatility as he brilliantly code-switches between the verses and the hook.

The artiste has been teasing the song for some time now, dropping short snippets of it before its release.

Chris Tsormanah praises Black Sherif

In a conversation with YEN.com.gh, Chris Tsormanah shared his opinion on Black Sherif's latest release Kilos Milos, highlighting how good the song was. He said:

The song is very good; it has a clear and relatable message behind it, and it has the trademark Black Sherif melody. I think this song is going to do very well. It has all the features of a hit song. It is very catchy and has a nice beat and a memorable hook.

Read also

Wayoosi: Kumawood actor drops new song, raps about his hometown, Krofrom

Black Sherif excites music lovers

YEN.com.gh gathered some reactions from social media users.

1kerwinodoom said:

Mad Over The Smallest Things Like Say You Dey Run Town!!!

fifii_kint wrote:

Everybody talk like they help me pass myself ‍↔️

theseyram said:

Everybody talking like they help me pass myself

kwakumodel_ reacted:

Me sanso thinke mamba, me wae me tare me plaster se maaba Se maaba

fifii_kint said:

Everybody talk like they help me pass myself ‍↔️

Black Sherif celebrates Eid

In another story, Ghanaian rapper Black Sherif announced his highly anticipated new single, Kilos Milos.

Before the announcement, the musician was spotted in his hometown for this year's Eid al-Adha celebrations.

He took to the streets, where scores of his fans mobbed him and bombarded him with their photo requests.

Proofread by Edwina N.K Quarcoo, journalist and copy editor at YEN.com.gh.

Source: YEN.com.gh

Authors:
Geraldo Amartey avatar

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 he worked as a writer. You can reach out to him at geraldo.amartey@yen.com.gh.

Chris Tsormanah avatar

Chris Tsormanah (Entertainment critic) Chris Tsormanah is a music executive and media personality with over 10 years experience in Ghana's entertainment industry. He also as a pundit on various entertainment shows including Class TV/FM's showbiz.

Tags: