Black Sherif: Burna Boy Does Remix Of Rapper's Second Sermon, Drops Video Online

Black Sherif: Burna Boy Does Remix Of Rapper's Second Sermon, Drops Video Online

  • Rapper Black Sherif and Nigerian singer Burna Boy are set to release a remix of the former's Second Sermon song
  • Burna Boy announced the collaboration by sharing a video of himself delivering parts of his verse on the upcoming song
  • The announcement has generated loads of reactions from social media users who have been excited by the news

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Young Ghanaian rapper Black Sherif, known in private life as Mohammed Ismail Sherif, has made it big with his Second Sermon.

The 19-year-old's song has landed him a remix with Nigerian artiste and Grammy winner, Burna Boy.

The remix seems to be already been done with Burna Boy releasing an excerpt on Instagram on Friday, October 29, 2021.

Burna Boy and Black Sherif
Black Sherif and Burna Boy have done a remix of Second Sermon Photo source: @burnaboygram, @blacksherif
Source: Instagram

In a video shared as part of photos on his Instagram page, Burna Boy is seen sitting in a car with Black Sherif and others.

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Delivering some lines from the remix, Burna Boy went like this:

"This is King Kong and Kwaku Frimpong. My money is long so friends dem carry guns. Dem no get no licence. Yiee yiee yiee akoa na asei."

Watch the video below:

New voice

Black Sherif's remix with Burna boy has come as good news for the rapper's fans and music lovers in general.

Reacting to the news, Enews.com.gh editor, Myers Hansen described Black Sherif as deserving of the collaboration with the Grammy Award winner.

According to Hansen, Black Sherif has already distinguished himself as the new voice of the music industry who caters to the streets.

"He is a unique new voice and innovative nexus. The industry is constantly on the search for a new voice, and so far, he is catering to mainstream listening habits very well," he said.

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Myers went on to state that it is Black Sherif's time to shine now and he should take every advantage of it.

"There is no doubt that it is Blacko's time so I think he should do everything possible to be as successful as possible.
"He should know there is time for everything and whatever comes out of his rise as an artiste is solely his responsibility."

Burna Boy jams to Black Sherif's son at Old Trafford

Observers of the music will not be too surprised by the collabo as Burna Boy has been in love with Sherif's song for a long time.

The Grammy winner was a special guest at Old Trafford alongside his mother to support Paul Pogba

Appearing at the stadium, Burna Boy and his team were listening to Black Sherif's Second Sermon.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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