Ghanaian musician Black Sherif has detailed how the music journey started for him.
The highly dynamic and energetic musician speaking in an interview revealed he was at first a dancer who used to perform at weddings, etc. in Konongo Zongo. Through the process he get gifted with any amount of money.
In Senior High
For this reason, he took dancing very serious observing how it was paying off and when he got into Senior High School, Kumasi Academy where he Schooled, he carried on with it.
But at a point, when asked by a teacher what he wanted to do in future, Black Sherif admitted he had no idea what he wanted to do and all he had in mind was to learn hard and get a job.
In SHS 2, during prep times, he revealed his mates in school used to come up with dissing competitions. They write a diss song for each other and most of these were in his direction.
So one-day, he also tried to dissing one person with his diss song written by himself and after performing, his mates told him he was good and can even write a song. He gave it a second thought and started writing songs from then together with his friends.
After he had completed Kumasi Academy, he decided to take music serious and started professionally in June, 2019. He dropped his first freestyle “cry for me” which went viral in Asante Akyem konongo Zongo.
He added Ghanaian comedians and singer Ajeezay upon seeing the freestyle video reposted it and invited him to come to Accra where he sent him to Adom FM and after went to rapper Yaa Pono’s House who gave him the opportunity to record this song for free in his studio.