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Black Sherif and UK’s Mabel Collaborate on ‘Zero’

Ghanaian musician Black Sherif has unveiled his much-anticipated second single of 2024, “Zero,” featuring British singer Mabel.

“Zero” presents a compelling blend of tranquility and simplicity, advocating for a life free from unnecessary drama. The track showcases a seamless fusion of Black Sherif’s Ghanaian influence and Mabel’s British charm, offering listeners a musical experience that celebrates the beauty of living without complexities.

Rooted in Hip-hop, R&B, and Afro-pop sounds, “Zero” delivers a message of embracing simplicity and finding joy in a drama-free existence. Black Sherif’s poignant lyrics, complemented by Mabel’s soulful vocals, weave together a captivating narrative that resonates with audiences.

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The infectious beats and diverse musical influences showcased in “Zero” underscore the collaborative prowess of Black Sherif and Mabel, making it a standout production from Black Sherif’s in-house producer, Joker Nharnah.

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Amidst the release of “Zero,” Black Sherif continues to tease his upcoming sophomore album, scheduled for release later this year, through his active engagement on social media platforms.

Furthermore, Black Sherif’s talents have been recognized on a global scale, as evidenced by his nomination in the Best Outstanding Duo, Group, or Collaboration category at the 55th NAACP Awards for his contribution to the ‘Creed III: Soundtrack,’ alongside Dreamville’s Bas and Kel-P. Additionally, he recently headlined one of Africa’s largest festivals, Afrofuture, further solidifying his status as a rising star in the music industry.

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