According to Blakk Rasta, a well-known reggae musician and broadcaster, Ghanaians have abandoned Black Sherif, whose name has faded from the public eye.
Blakk Rasta has again thrown a shot at Black Sherif after he slammed his songs a few weeks ago, calling them “one-way” songs.
Blakk Rasta stated in an interview with blogger Attractive Mustapha that Black Sherif’s “Kweku The Traveler” has been overshadowed by a popular Nigerian song titled “Buga” by Kizz Daniel and Tekno.
According to him, Ghanaians have a specific problem that has to be addressed, which is the “fruits are forced to ripe” problem. He noted that most talents are not effectively groomed for the industry and hence fade early.
“Where is Gyakie right now, are you still hearing about Gyakie, you are an entertainment writer look at the hype they gave to Gyakie and now she is nowhere to be found”, Blakk Rasta said.
On the part of Blakk Sheriff, Blakk Rasta stated that it was a huge mistake for industry people to compare the “Kwaku the Traveler” singer, who has yet to develop in the music industry, to experience and matured artists that have been in the scene for years.
He stressed that the Nigerian song “Bug” has buried Black Sherif’s Kwaku the Traveler, and that most people are now dancing to Buga’s melodies and have forgotten everything about “Kwaku the Traveler” so quickly.
Watch the interview below: