On Wednesday May 19th 2021, Ghanaian music prospect Black Sherif made a post on his twitter timeline with a behind-the-scenes video of a freestyle visual he was shooting. With a very audible soundtrack in the background of the video shoot setting, the arresting melodies of the song peaked the interest of music enthusiasts on social media which sparked a conversation as to why there are so many unheard talents in Ghana.
These events marked an epoch in Black Sherif’s career earning him a co-sign from Ghana’s most decorated , Sarkodie and a follow-back on twitter as well. By popular demand, the versatile Ghanaian music artist has no reason to hold on to the song as the request intensifies.
With a great vision for dynamism, Blacko combines an ambience of soft and hardcore rap leaning atmosphere, showing range with his vocal prowess and adept songwriting capabilities in this freestyle titled ‘ 1st Sermon ‘.
Outwardly known for expressing his sadness, depression, or other struggles in his easily relatable songs, this freestyle is no different. He gives a glimpse of what to expect on his forthcoming album with his first sermon, produced by Ghanaian Stallion.
Listen to ‘1st Sermon Freestyle’ mp3 below and share your thoughts with us.