Bulldog has commended Black Sherif when he assumed his normal position on the famous United Showbiz show, an entertainment program coordinated by the management of the media house, UTV.
The previous artiste manager of Shatta Wale, declared that the creative aptitude of the star-shining musician, proves he’s really the black star at the center of Ghana’s national flag, which connotes the hope of Africa.
Whiles conversing about Black Sherif’s accomplishments to date, with different expert professionals, chaired by Nana Ama Mcbrown on the show, Bulldog matched the singer’s speedy ascent to stardom, to his conscious personality.
Expressing his standpoint, he said, “If you listen to him, he is conscious of himself and where he is, and that is the reason he needs to achieve his present milestone. This young man is alert and aware of his surroundings. Keep an eye on him; he is Ghana’s true Black Star. He is represented by the black star on the flag.”
Black Sherif recently moved a step ahead in his already skyrocked career, despite only having been in the entertainment world for a few years, as he performed at the 25th edition of the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards, which occurred at the OVO Arena in Wembley.
Hip-Hop, grime, UK Drill, R&B, Soul, Reggae, Jazz, Gospel, and African music are part of the music genres recognized by the MOBO Awards, an annual British music award function.
The occasion was characterized with an enormous mix of black history and culture, as performances by incredible musicians such as Nile Rodgers, Craig David, Tion Wayne, and Fireboy DML were witnessed to the credit of traditionally indigenous black music and culture.
The internationally acclaimed artiste dazzled the energized crowd by dropping his famous ‘Second Sermon’ Remix, as well as his ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ tune.