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Black Sherif Has Received Golden Club Plaque For 100m+ Boomplay Streams

Black Sherif Has Received Golden Club Plaque

Black Sherif, a successful Ghanaian artist, has been awarded the prestigious Golden Club plaque by Boomplay.

This happened after Black Sherif became the first musician from Ghana to attain the milestone of 100 million streams on the streaming service.

Boomplay Ghana’s public relations manager, Paul Azumah-Ayitey, gave Black Sherif the plaque and remarked of his rapid rise: “For a platform that initially found Black Sherif as a potential emerging star, Boomplay is thrilled to watch his extraordinary success.”

Black Sherif Has Received Golden Club Plaque

Boomplay’s Golden Club houses artists who have clocked and surpassed 100 million streams. We are excited about the journey thus far and believe this will inspire other new and emerging Ghanaian acts to greater heights with Boomplay at their side as an enabler.

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On attaining the milestone, Blacko revealed to his fans that, “reaching 100 million streams on Boomplay and being the first Ghanaian artist to achieve this on the streaming platform is a big deal to me.”

“As a young kid from Konongo, who only had a dream and a voice, this brings me to the realisation that I can achieve any and everything so long as I believe and dare myself to take action. Thank you for this one, Blacko Tribe. Big love to the Boomplay team for putting me on from day one till now.”

By joining Boomplay’s Golden Club of top African music stars, including Burna Boy, Wizkid, Davido, Diamond Platinumz, Simi, Rayvanny, Fireboy, Omah Lay, Joe Boy and more, Blacko becomes another shining light of Ghana’s music industry.

The “Kwaku The Traveller” hitmaker will receive priority for his next releases, including his much awaited album, as well as online and offline promotional support across Boomplay’s operational territories.

SOURCE: www.ghnewslive.com

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