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Black Sherif’s debut album earns him first ‘Billboard World Albums’ entry

Black Sherif‘s debut album “The Villian I Never Was” has appeared on the Billboard World Album Chart.

This is Black Sherif’s debut project, and it’s been a while since a Ghanaian album accomplished that feat.

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The body of work made its music chart debut on Tuesday, October 18, 2022, behind Wizkid‘s Made In Lagos album in number 12.

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Following the album’s release on October 6, admirers and music lovers from all around the world have expressed their gratitude.

Only on track 14, “Second Sermon Remix,” of the popular 14-track album, Nigerian Afrobeats icon Burna Boy is included. The project has amassed massive streaming statistics across most digital platforms.

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Blck Sherif has attracted the attention of worldwide award systems, as seen by the two nominations he has earned in the past month, in addition to making appearances on world charts and defying streaming algorithms.

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He was initially nominated for the Best International Flow category at the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards, but a French rapper won.

Blacko’s name was recently listed as a nominee for the 2022 MTV Europe Music Awards.

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Mohammed Ismail Sherif Kwaku Frimpong, also known as Black Sherif in the entertainment industry, is a successful performer. He is without a doubt enjoying a successful career.

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