Ghanaian rapper Black Sherif, real name Mohammed Ismail Sherif Black has officially released the cover art for his debut album “Villain I Was Never.”
Black Sherif, who is signed to Empire Entertainment, hinted at dropping a new album after an unofficial art cover surfaced on the internet a few days after releasing his latest smash hit song “Soja” which appears to be a diary of his struggle with fame and the burden of high expectations.
The Soja song (visualizer) dominated social media and did wonders on music streaming platform, YouTube, garnering 1 million streams in three days.
However, in announcing his new album, Black Sherif took to his verified Instagram account to post the official flyer for his first upcoming album “The Villain I Was Never,” which is set to drop this month on October 6, 2022.
“It took me everything to give life to this body. The one thing in my life that I gave everything up for. There is life in this body, I hope it treats you good and speaks to you like I want it to. My debut album, “The Villain I Never Was” Available on all stores on October 6, 2022. Thank you, Love you”— Black Sherif posted
Although the number of songs on “The Villain I Was Never” is unknown, it will undoubtedly feature top-tier artists. Friends, love ones and music lovers taken to social media sending congratulations in an advance to the young rapper after sharing the cover art of his debut album.
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Born and raised in Konongo, a small village in Ghana’s Ashanti region, his cult following is now growing around the world as the local and national scenes in his hometown make headlines around the world.
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