Kojo Cue ia one of the best Musicians in Ghana he came online to commend the person behind the inspiration of Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon’.
According to the Ghanaian artiste, Kojo Cue, he thank the person ‘Chairman’ who blocked Black Sherif’s share of the money he talked about in his song. He said that, the person who blocked Black Sherif’s money inspired the anger and hunger on the song which made it unique and great.
Kojo Cue stated that, whenever you listening to the ‘Second Sermon’ song, you could feel the hunger in the voice of the rapper and that alone makes the song a real hit song more than some other top projects from the rapper.
Shoutout to the Chairman wey e step @blacksherif_ ein block top because the hunger made Second Sermon extra fire. Blacko ne @BiggHomieFlee de asem b3 ba.
Meanwhile, Black Sherif a couple of days ago in an interview with Koo Sebor on Kumasi-based radio station Pure FM revealed that the song was inspired by the things he went through when he left his family house to hustle on the streets.
He said his mother objected to the idea of him leave the house to make it on his own on the streets because he comes from a family where they could provide for his needs and he was living comfortably.