Black Sherif Talks Ghana’s Music Scene, Controversy & More for ‘Afroboss Conversations’
AfroBoss Conversations is a podcast hosted by Ambassador DJ Edu who’s dedicated to spreading the sounds of the motherland across the globe. In each episode, DJ Edu spotlights special guests and offer fans and curious listeners alike the exclusive opportunity to get acquainted with the rising stars of the continent on a more personal level.
Becoming one of West Africa’s fastest-rising new talents was always in Black Sherif’s destiny. Born and raised in the Ghanaian community of Konongo, Sherif imbues his real-life experiences of poverty into his melodic raps, which connect with listeners on an international level.
His 2020 hit single “Money” awarded Black Sherif mainstream attention and a co-sign from fellow Ghanaian rap legend Sarkodie. Since then, he’s gone on to drop prolific hits such as “First Sermon,” “Second Sermon,” and “Ankonam,” and amass over 22 million streams on Audiomack.
For the latest episode of Afroboss Conversations with DJ Edu & Friends, Black Sherif sits down with our Audiomack Ambassador to break down his rapid rise in the Ghanaian music scene, the friction and controversy he faced in his community, and more.
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