- The son of Reggae legend, Bob Marley, has shared a captivating video in which he was seen enjoying Black Sherif's song
- Kwaku The Traveller has clearly traveled unchartered boundaries just over four weeks since its release
- Rohan Anthony Marley's video has heaped massive reactions on social media with some coming from Ghanaians
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Rohan Anthony Marley, a Jamaican entrepreneur and former football player who is also the son of reggae artist Bob Marley and Janet Hunt, shared a video of himself having a good time with Ghana's Kwaku The Traveller by Black Sherif.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Rohan's verified Instagram handle, the superstar was seen in the comfort of his house playing Kwaku The Traveller in the background and visibly dissecting the lyrics of the song while nodding to it intermittently.
Black Sherif's Kwaku The Traveler which is his newest release is simply breaking boundaries. The audio slide video has received over 6million views on Youtube in less than 4 weeks since it was released.
Comments from social media users
Since Rohan shared the video, his fans including some Ghanaians have rushed into the comment section to share their thoughts.
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collarossi, for instance, indicated:
Ro. I think it's time to launch the Lion Order record label. Hip hop and roots bro you'll go far with it like you do everything else.
I love the guy I can tell that song was birthed out of trouble
Jah bless you for putting or promoting your distant relative on your page. Jah bless. love from Ghana
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Canadian Man Complains About Seeing Black Sherif's Kwaku The Traveler Too Much On TikTok
In other news, Tony Lavoie, a popular Canadian man on TikTok with more than 4.7 million likes and nearly 1 million followers, has made a rather interesting comment on Ghana's Black Sherif.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Tony's Instagram handle, the famous man indicated that the Ghanaian artiste's viral song, Kwaku The Traveller had become too common on the social media application.
According to him, there might come a time when he would simply have to abandon the app for the next too weeks because he keeps hearing the song one too many times.
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