Award-winning Ghanaian musician, Mohammed Ishmail Sherif, well known as Black Sherif has revealed his other interest should music have failed him and he was not the fame and successes he has chalked at the moment.
Black Sherif has achieved a lot in his music career within his short time of existence in the music industry. Black Sherif following the release of his “First and Second Sermon” automatically became everyone’s favorite in Ghana.
Black Sherif debuted into the Nigerian market with his craft after collaborating with Grammy award-winning Nigerian musician Burna Boy on his “Second Sermon” tune, and the remix version of the song topped the charts.
He just released “Kwaku The Traveler,” a huge hit that earned him the first Ghanaian musician to top Apple in both Nigeria and Ghana.
Speaking in an interview with Naa Ashorkor on Asaase Radio, Black Sherif revealed that if music did not work out for him, he would have been more focused on his education to secure a better future for himself.
He also revealed that he would have been helping his father’s business flourish in Konogo and maybe one day after graduating, he would use his intellect to help the business grow more.
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