According to the Ghanaian Hiplife/Hip Hop rapper M.anifest, the country’s music industry will soon witness a lot more success stories.
He asserts that the sector is steadily creating talented, energetic, and well-known musicians, and that within the next five years, many Ghanaian talents would be making waves around the world.
We can affirm that this is accurate given Ghana’s success with both Highlife and Afrobeats.
There is currently a new generation of artists whose abilities and music are moving people all over the world.
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The “GodMC” singer also expressed his adoration while recommending Black Sherif as one of the select few to fly the Ghanaian flag aloft in an interview with Pulse Ghana.
According to the “No Shortcut to Heaven” hitmaker, he described Black Sherif as a man with obvious talent who isn’t afraid to fulfill his destiny.
He added that the 20-year old rapper is someone who has always been himself and does not shy away from that which resonates with the youth and that is why he is so loved.
Black Sherif’s passion and energy on his songs has been rewarded by Ghanaians and music lovers by paying attention to craftsmanship.
There have been a lot of ‘new school’ artists who have been breaking barriers and lifting the flag of Ghana high with their hard work and talent.
Black Sherif has drawn the attention of numerous international artists since becoming well-known thanks to his hit song “First Sermon” in May 2021, and he appears to have gained control of the media and social media.
Stars tell the tale of Sherif.
The world has not been able to get enough of his spellbinding music ever since his breakthrough in 2021 and his debut spectacular performance of his single, “Kwaku, The Traveller,” at the 2022 3Music Awards.
His tracks have topped charts worldwide and on a variety of music streaming services, which has greatly increased his notoriety.
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