According to Black Sherif, there was a time in his senior year of high school when he needed to devise a backup plan (SHS).
After failing to meet scholastic expectations in high school, the ‘Second Sermon’ singer decided to become a musician. “At some point during my Senior High School days I realized that my performance in academics was nothing good to write home about,” he said.
He added, “And looking at my results I saw that it wasn’t good enough and so I knew I wouldn’t do well in my final exams and that’s when I told myself that I need a plan B”.
In a virtual interview on Accra’s Asaase Radio, Blacko claimed he was about to fail his final exams and needed to devise a backup plan.
He narrated “I remember that in my SHS days I used to play beat on tables with my hand for my friends to sing and rap with it so one day I decided to do a freestyle and they loved it so that was when I decided to try it.
“My first time in the studio was somewhere in the year 2019 and the experience was something else and after I completed SHS in June 2019 I decided to venture into music full time,” he concluded.