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Black Sheriff Drops 2nd Sermon Freestyle to Mixed Reactions (Watch)



Ghana’s emerging Hiphop proponent, Black Sherif has dropped the second installment of his highly successful Sermon freestyle, dubbed ‘2nd Sermon.’

Footage of the ‘behind-the-scenes’ of the music video has surfaced online on Instagram and although it’s evident that it’s NOT the final product of his fiery song, fans have started evaluating the new single already.

Premised on the 1st Sermon which will undoubtedly go down in history as one of the biggest Ghanaians songs ever, some fans have reacted differently to this new one saying Sherif exerted so much energy shrouded in noise.

Well, the young man has already established a strong pedigree with his tight bars and wordplay hence we won’t evaluate him until the full version of the song drops.

Meanwhile, you can watch the clip below;

On the same wavelength, Ghanaians have unanimously said Sarkodie will win a Grammy following his new song dubbed Vibration featuring American rapper Vic Mensa which was shared online hours ago.

The music video of the song has been uploaded on YouTube and that is where Sarkodie fans across the world sprouted and left him blushing with beautiful words to cement his legacy like the superstar that he is.

Vic Mensa delivered a kind of Drake-flavoured chorus and rap flow that perfectly synched with Sarkodie’s wicked bars and the product is a complete Vibration.

And earlier today, Sarkodie has received a customized microphone ‘carved in his image’ for being the best spitter on the continent of Africa.

He got this prize from the management of Pure FM when he was hosted in the studios earlier today (July 9) for an exclusive interview on the ‘Hammer Time’ show which is hosted by Hammer between the hours of 8:00 am – 10:00.

The special microphone has his name inscribed on it and Obidi was taken by surprise when he was informed about the package and finally presented to him. He was very happy about it and he was urged to even use it for his stage performances henceforth.