Ghana Artist manager Nana Asiamah Hanson popularly known as Bullgod has said that Black Sherif’s new album “The Villain I Never Was” will be more successful than top musicians Shatta Wale and Sarkodie’s upcoming albums.
Bulldog stated emphatically on HitzFm’s Daybreak show with presenter Doreen Avio that Black Sherif’s recently released album titled “The Villain I Never Was” will do better than Sarkodie’s Jamz album and Shatta Wale’s Gift Of God album, both of which are yet to be released.
Bulldog explaining why he thinks Black Sherif’s new album will overshadow that of Shatta Wale & Sarkodie because he is signed to one of the most reputable and international record labels, Empire, as compared to Sarkodie and Shatta Wale, who are solo artists promoting their own works.
He claimed that, despite the fact that Shatta Wale and Sarkodie have bigger numbers and have been in the game longer than Black Sherif, the “Kwaku The Traveller” hitmaker will do better with his “The Villain I Never Was” album than Shatta Wale and Sarkodie.
“We have three of our artistes releasing… Black Sherif just released, Sarkodie will release in a few days and Shatta Wale will release.
“Black Sherif album will do better than all of them—Because if you look at the numbers, Black Sherif has a label, Shatta Wale is about to compete with Empire, Sarkodie is about to compete with empire and they don’t have the strength”
“Both two artistes don’t have the strength when it comes to reach so Black Sherif will probably be on top unless some miracle — Bulldog said