“I would have been a spare parts dealer if music had not worked for me” – Black Sherif discloses

Mohammed Ismail Sherif popularly known as Black Sherif has shared some information about what he was likely to do in future if didn’t ventured into music.

Black Sherif indicated he would have ventured into work of his father, a spare parts dealers in Konongo. He enjoyed the work of his dad and wanted to do same if not for his musician talent that unwrapped.

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Currently, Black Sherif is one of the fast-rising artists trending across the world. He is also topping musical charts within and outside the boundaries of Ghana.

Speaking on Asaase Radio in an interview with Naa Ashorkor, Black Sherif disclosed that he was very likely to venture into the spare parts business, thus become a manager of his father’s business if the music hasn’t worked for him.

Black Sherif said;

“I would be in school or maybe I would have been working with my father. That was my dream as a child. My father is a spare parts dealer and it was fun seeing them offloading goods, I used to help.”

“It’s a good business in Konongo, where I grew up. My father owns a spare parts shop and I would have been working with him, if all this didn’t happen.”

“I regret not writing music early,” he further said.


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