Black Sherif wins BET Award and Shatta Wale congratulates him.
Celebrated dancehall artist, Shatta Wale has expressed his heartfelt congrats to Black Sherif, who won the Best International Flow award at the prestigious BET Hip Hop Awards.
Ghanaians across the country are overjoyed at the news of Black Sherif’s victory. Shatta Wale took to X platform known as Twitter f to ask all Ghanaians to join him in celebrating Black Sherif’s extraordinary achievement.
His enthusiasm and support for the talented rapper were evident in his message. Shatta Wale’s heartfelt congratulations are just one of the many expressions of admiration and well-wishes flooding social media platforms in response to Black Sherif’s triumph.
Black Sherif’s win at the BET Hip Hop Awards holds immense significance, considering the fierce competition he faced. The Best International Flow category featured some of the most prominent figures in the global hip-hop scene, including Central Cee, K.O, and AKA, among others.
Black Sherif Music Debut
Meanwhile, Black Sherif embarked on his musical journey in 2019 with the release of “Cry for Me” on YouTube.
His debut single, “Money,” complete with a music video, was released on May 25, 2020. In May 2021, “First Sermon” further expanded his audience, and in July, “Second Sermon” was released, featuring a remix with the African artist Burna Boy.
Black Sherif’s breakthrough moment arrived in March 2022 with “Kwaku the Traveller,” which soared to Number 1 on both the Ghanaian and Nigerian Apple Music charts, becoming his most renowned song. In October, he unveiled his debut album, “The Villain I Never Was,” supported by singles like “45” and “Soja.”
His collaborations have included work with notable artists such as Sarkodie, Stormzy, Amerado, DJ Breezy, Larry Gaaga, and others.
Black Sherif graced the 25th anniversary of the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards, performing at the OVO Arena in Wembley, London. Additionally, he hosted his debut concert, the “Mozama Disco Concert,” in Accra in December 2022.
In a notable achievement on February 20, 2023, Black Sherif secured the Best Hip Hop award at the Soundcity MVP Awards, held at the Eko Convention Centre in Lagos.
Further expanding his international presence, he performed at the Palladium Times Square in New York City on May 20.
Black Sherif has taken his talents to global stages since his debut, appearing at the Wireless Festival in Abu Dhabi, Something In The Water Festival in Virginia Beach, and Afronation Miami.
Notably, he became the first Ghanaian musician to perform on the Wireless Festival stage in the United Kingdom, and he is the most streamed Ghanaian artist on Boomplay.
Congrats to Black Sherif for this remarkable milestone and putting Ghana on the map. He deserves to be applauded