Black Sherif Officially Set For His London Show Later This Month

Ghana’s prevalently soaring musician, Black Sherif, after quite a lengthy series of reschedules and delays, is jolly good to go, as he paves way for his most stellar performance show in London.

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Black Sherif’s expected show performance in London.

The event is slated of occur at KOKO on November 18, 2022, and comes after what has been a fantastic year of advancement and elevation for the new artiste on the rise.

Black Sherif’s upward take off has been on the ascent since he onwardly released his “First Sermon” free-form record in the last year of May.

All through 2022 so far, he has proactively been perceived with a noticeable array of awards, including the ‘Breakthrough Act Of The Year’ honors at the 3Music Awards.

The show will highlight extraordinary guest acts such as the famous DJ Semtex and Narx, while the remainder of the time at the event will be simply focused on himself, and his fans who will undoubtedly dance to his hit songs and tunes on his classic debut album ‘The Villain I Never Was’.

All tickets paid for prior, are as yet active and tickets are progressively accessible for purchase at Livenation.co.uk or Ticketmaster.co.uk.

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Black Sherif.

The ‘Oh Paradise’ hitmaker has won a decent number of awards, including the 3Music Awards, which saw Black Sherif bring back home the ‘Breakthrough Act Of The Year’ honors, and furthermore two extra awards at the maiden version of the Ghana Music Awards, including Hip Hop ‘Artiste Of The Year’, Hiplife ‘Song Of The Year’ and ‘New Artiste Of The Year’.

Among the list of singles he has released in his profession to date, ‘Kwaku the Traveller’ has been his greatest achievement.

The hit song, released in late March this year under the Blacko and Empire labels, has peaked at Number 1 in the Nigerian Turntable Top 50 chart, and Number 5 in U.S. Afrobeats Songs Chart.

After a brief period of time, following the release of ‘Kwaku The Traveller’, Boomplay reported that Black Sherif had done the impossible by becoming the foremost Ghanaian artiste, to exceed over 100 million streams on their music platform.

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