Sarkodie Has Lost The Rap Spot To Black Sherif – Dr. UN

Mohammed Ismail Sherrif, born on January 9, 2002, expertly known as Black Sherif, is a Ghanaian vocalist and rapper.
He attained ubiquity in 2021 with his track “First Sermon” in May 2021. The second installment of the song, known as “Second Sermon” was Subsequently released on July.

Looking at the current pace of the music industry, Black Sherif has continuously maintained his consistent speed, and has taken over the Ghanaian music terrain, as any track he drops or adds a hook to, turns into an imminent classic.

In this way, it comes as no surprise that Sarkodie smartly took the initiative and collaborated with Ghana’s current music maestro, Black Sherif on his JAMZ album on the song, “Country Side”, which has turned into the most streamed song on the album project.

Responding to the influence of Black Sherif in the music scene, all-powerful DR. UN is convinced that Sarkodie ought to sharpen his creative skills as he continues to lose the rap spot ever since the rise of Black Sherif became evident in the circle of rap.

In the studios of Kumasi-based Pure Fm, DR. UN completely expressed that the Sarkodie Ghanaians knew isn’t the same artiste we have come to know now, because has lost the rap spot to Black Sherif.

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