Black Sherif’s drops ‘1st Sermon Freestyle’

Black Sherif 1st Sermon Freestyle,

Black Sherif, a Ghanaian Musician, has released a new song, 1st Sermon Freestyle, to the elation of an eager audience.

The 3-minute drill project forms part of his Road To The Tape series. This time, more top entertainment personalities are drooling over the progress of this fast-rising act.


It began when behind-the-scenes footage of the freestyle which surfaced online.

The video, which was widely shared on social media, saw many music lovers tout him as one of the best new-schoolers in the industry.

It went as far as getting the VGMA Artiste of the Decade following Sherif on Twitter.

The young man saw this singular act by the ‘Happy Day’ hitmaker as a milestone and trumpeted.

On Saturday, May 22, the much-anticipated song came out, satisfying the thirst of the audience who waited unabated following the leaked footage.

As a characteristic of Sheriff, the song amplifies the daily hustles, the need for loyalty and survival in the music business.

The sentiment resonates with many Ghanaian youth as it drums home the socio-economic hardships and maneuvers to make it in the bustling city of Accra and its accompanying pressure.

It has already garnered over 72,000 views in YouTube has already surpassed 50,000 streams on Audiomack.

1st Sermon Freestyle has also received amid positive reviews from fans and industry watchers alike.

The song is available on all social media platforms.

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