Ghanaian drill-trap musician, Black Sherif has released his debut album, ‘The Villain I Never Was,’ on all music platforms on October 6, 2022,
“The Villain I Never Was” is a 14-track album that features only one artist and is distributed by Blacko Management and Empire.
On September 22, Black Sherif released the third track from his “villain I never was” album, “Soja,” which made headlines a few hours later due to its high deep contextual lyrics.
The Soja song discusses how one should not allow one’s inner self to be tortured and manipulated, but rather be prepared to overcome any obstacles. So far, the song has received over 2 million YouTube views.
On Sunday, October 2, Black Sherif officially announced the release date for his debut album to fans and music lovers all over the world, as well as the official cover art, which displayed him standing in front of a sofa wearing all black while folding his hands and focusing, indicating how he is not ready to rest on the album.
On Monday, October 3, the Empire Records signee released an official album trailer to tease fans, showing him with a cut on his nose and how struggling Black Sherif is getting ready to skyrocket the world with his God-given talent with his “Villain I Never Was” album.
The BET Award nominee, Black Sherif, who is known for his catchy songs featured only one artist; Burna Boy with “Second Sermon Remix” song on Track 13 of the “Villain I Never Was” album, which one could say he wants to showcase his God-given talent to the world.
Soja, Konongo zongo, We up, Oh paradise, The homeless , Oil in my head, 45, Prey da youngsta, Sad boys, Waste man, Toxic love Don’t forget, Second Sermon (remix) and Kwaku The Traveller are songs listed on “The Villain I Never Was” album.
This year, Black Sherif has released 14 songs, including all of the tracks on his “The Villain I Never Was,” album and has collaborated with both local and international artists, including Nigerian Darkoo, Ardee from the United Kingdom, Amerado, Small god, and Samsney, among others.