After making waves with his new freestyle, Black Sherif has become one of the household names in Ghana music right now.
This has pushed many industry players to react to the young rapper’s works including Criss Waddle, Jay Foley, Krymi, Kwabena Kwabena amongst others.
Boss of the Last Two, Hammer, reacting to the talent possessed by Black Sherif via his Instagram account, the legend mentioned that he (Black Sherif) ‘should be given the same prioritization as the talented Kuami Eugene’.
What’s really going on… where are the gate keepers who’re steering this industry. Who actually determines what shld be popular and what shld be shelved? I can’t believe @blacksherif_ isn’t in the frontlines. The most unique artist in recent times combining hi life and hip hop in unfathomable ways and he’s being kept in the background.
This triggered a number of reactions from followers of Da Hammer with Iona Reine writing;
Seen him perform live before , his songs are inspiring deep lyrics but as usual hmmm it is well
Black Sherif’s new freestyle, ‘1st Sermon’ is out on all platforms now.