Old Man Sings Black Sherif’s Kwaku the Traveller Song With Strong Voice As He Frowns, Video Goes Viral
- The video of an old man singing Kwaku The Traveller in clear words has got people praising him online
- While singing, he never missed a word as he kept a serious face with dark glasses on, looking at the camera
- There were people who said the man probably made the video for his wife after he did a very bad thing
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A relatively old man with spectacles has stirred massive reactions on social media as he sang Black Sherif's Kwaku The Traveller word for word.
In the video originally shared on Tik Tok, the account owner revealed that she found the clip on WhatsApp.
He did well
During the man's rendition of the song, he kept a straight face as he pronounced the words clearly. Many people who watched the clip said they now know the lyrics to the song after watching his video.
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Watch the video below:
People praised the man
At the time of writing this report, the clip has gathered tens of reactions on social media.
See some of the comments sampled by YEN.com.gh:
"This man just made me know the lyrics. Thank you sir."
"Na Chelsea cause am. Consolation price."
"This one pass effort o, this one na A for excellence."
"Papa is well updated asf, btw whose daddy is this??"
"he probably made the video for his wife dem don catch am."
"50+ men switching it up!!!!"
"He really did make mistakes when he was young."
"Awwww he nailed it . This song tho."
Audiomack mistakenly lists Black Sherif as Nigerian musician
Meanwhile, music platform, Audiomack, courted the anger of Ghanaians after it mistakenly listed Black Sherif as a Nigerian musician instead of Ghanaian.
In that earlier report by YEN.com.gh on, Audiomack released the names of five most-streamed songs for the week, and this included Black Sherif’s Kwaku The Traveller song.
He was named together with American rappers and songs, Kodak Black, Lil Durk, Juice WRLD, and Young Boy Never Broke Again.
However, while each of the American rappers and songs had the American flags to show where they are from, Black Sherif had a Nigerian flag.
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