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Black Sherif’s #SecondSermonRemix Ft. Burna Boy Debuts #92 On Global Deezer



Ghanaian Trap/Hiplife sensation, Mohammed Ismail Sherif, affectionately known as Black Sherif has reached another milestone in his music career as his latest collabo with the Nigerian heavyweight, Burna Boy debuts #92 on Global Deezer.

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Burna Boy and Black Sherif recently worked on a remix of his song “Second Sermon.” Blacko’s biggest collaboration since getting into the music industry is this song, which features Burna Boy.

Following the release of the song, many music fans across Africa praised the young sensation for landing such a lucrative agreement with the Grammy-winning performer. Burna Boy was also praised by his fans for giving Blacko the very great verse on his song.

Burna Boy previously indicated that he will be bringing Black Sherif on his upcoming tour, so anyone planning on attending one of his gigs should learn how to sing the song, including Black Sherif’s section, before attending.

Well, a few days after the release of the song, Black Sherif has become the first Ghanaian musician to have his own song debut on Global Deezer as his #SecondSermonRemix debuts #92 on the digital streaming platform.

In other news, ace Ghanaian gospel musician, Ernest Opoku Jnr. has recounted an accident that nearly took his life in 2010, saying he was the only survivor among three other people who were in the vehicle.

During an interview on UTV’s United Showbiz hosted by Empress Nana Ama Mcbrown, Ernest Opoku revealed that the accident that occurred almost 11 years ago happened on the Winneba-Accra road.

He stated that he was the only survivor among three other people who lost their lives on the spot. He stated that he woke up to see his arms fractured while he was lying in an ambulance.



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