2022 EAA Entertainment Personality of the Year, Black Sherif, disagrees with critics who see his rise in the music industry as a fluke.
Responding to a recent statement made by reggae musician and broadcaster, Blakk Rasta, who attributed the success of his global hit single, ‘Kwaku the Traveller’ to luck, ‘Blacko’ dismissed the assertion, and insisted that he rather deserves credit for his hard work and dedication.
Black Sherif also admitted that he used to listen to Blakk Rasta’s music when he was young, adding that his father likes Blakk Rasta.
“When his ‘Barack Obama’ song became a hit (in 2008), my father had just returned from Greece, we often listened to it at home.”
also acknowledged the support he received from some individuals when he started his music career 3 years ago.
According to the 21-year-old, comedian, Ajeezay was the one who first invited him to Accra while he was doing music in his hometown, Konongo.