Black Sherif ‘Threatens Poverty’ Again On Second Sermon
The artiste who has become a threat to poverty according to many Ghanaian music lovers has issued another stern warning to deprivation.
This time with another sermon, shining some light on the shackles on street life, which may just be the one that seals the deal for the saviour, Blacko.
With ‘First Sermon’ almost hitting a million views on YouTube, Black Sherif has released Part II of the good news.
The sequel did not disappoint. As characteristic of him, he released a snippet of the song which sent fans into a frenzy on social media as they could not wait for the official release of the full piece.
On the just-released ‘Second Sermon’, the Konongo-raised rapper cum songwriter delves deeper into the struggles of the Ghanaian youth.
Speaking on the rationale behind the song, Blacko said; “This is me sending a message to my people at home (Konongo). I also dedicated this one to my Angel, Sister Mariama (RIP).”
Black Sherif further explained that he just tries to describe “the day-to-day lifestyle of my boys on the streets. It took me so much courage to voice this out, but this is our truth. I don’t speak for only myself, I pray God blesses every young person on the street trying hard to make ends meet.”
you can’t beat this blacko guy ❤️ #SecondSermon— T Bag's (@Tbag__1) July 16, 2021
The track whose opening seconds were ushered by Bigg Homie Flee is dubbed a fusion of trap and highlife.
The Ghanaian Stallion-produced record is a timely one as it has been much-anticipated, as made evident by social media.
WORLD WIDE BLACKO TAP IN WIT THE (g)OD BODY FLEEKO. BIG ABONTEN BE THE LOCATION. BEEZY IN THE CUT LIKE EKRO BEWU. SHOUTS MY SON LIGHTER TOO. ALHAMDULILLAH THE VOICE 🤲🏿🦁🖤🩸@blacksherif_ #SecondSermon https://t.co/TGYgHYz8GMhttps://t.co/9gvpwb18e9https://t.co/YvJbgZYWEt pic.twitter.com/hdt60ZKMQk— Flee Da (g)OD Wallahi ShakeBackBaby-Yung Fela Kuti (@BiggHomieFlee) July 16, 2021
It is currently trending Number 1 on Twitter in Ghana.
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