In this article I will be sharing with you Black Sherif’s Secrets On How He Pierced Nigerian Market Revealed.
Ghanaian musician, Mohammed Ismail Sherif- who is widely known within the realms of showbiz as Black Sherif, has succeeded in monopolizing the mainstream following the release of his newest track, ‘Kwaku the Traveller.’
The song which was released last Friday has almost become a street anthem and a favourite among party revelers. Aside from that, it is making giants strides on major digital platforms including the rare feat of topping Apple’s Top 100 songs in Nigeria.
Hinged on the foregoing, Twitter influencer, Joey Akan has revealed how Black Sherif took destiny into his own hands and carved a niche for himself which is being emphasized in the popularity of his new song.
He shared his thought about Blacko’s astronomical rise in a post captured in the screenshot below;
At this juncture we can only say the sky is the limit for Black Sherif as his newest track, ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ continues to make giant strides across major digital platforms a few days after it was released.
The boisterous nature of the song has seen the Ghanaian rapper emerging in the top 5 most streamed artistes on Audio Mack. Sherif pegged at number two as the likes of Lil Durk, Kodak Black, and Juice World trailed him in the top 5.
Meanwhile, there was little drama that came with the good news as Audiomack listed the young chap as a Nigerian instead of Ghanaian when it shared the statistics on its official social media page.
The issue has generated intriguing debating online premised on a recent joke passed by some Nigerians online that want to steal Sherif because his talent is very remarkable.
That theory was expanded by Nigerian freestyle King, Dandizzy who stated in a tweet that if Ghanaians cannot handle and nurture Black Sherif’s amazing talent, they (Nigerians) are ready to swoop on him and make him their own
Audiomack is a completely free platform for content creators to share their music without limitations or restrictions.
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It focuses exclusively on new, independent, and up-and-coming artists. They are not a full-catalog streaming service like Spotify and Apple Music, and do not plan to ever become one.
Audiomack pays royalties to master recording rightsholders as well as to songwriters and their publishers (Google).