Black Sherif Biography
Black Sherif

Black Sherif Biography, Real Name, Family, NetWorth and songs| Black Sherif is Known in real life as Mohammed Ismail Sherif, born on 9th January, 2002. The musician has evolved from a viral sensation to one of Ghana’s hottest music stars pushing RnB and Trap Music higher.

The artiste who has become a threat to poverty according to many Ghanaian music lovers came through the limelight with his major ‘Money’ hit song.

Date of Birth

Black Sherif was born on 9th January 2002.

Black Sherif Age

He is currently 20 years old

Black Sherif Education 

Black Sherif received his basic and high school at Konongo in the Ashanti Region. He continued his Secondary in Kumasi Academy, which he graduated in 2019.

Blacko as many prefer to call him, began his career as a dancer which he later switched to music while in secondary school.

Black Sherif Career

In 2019, he released Cry For Me, in 2020 he gained massive attention with the success of his hit song called Money.

In 2021, Black Sherif posted a viral freestyle on his Twitter page – the post got alot of attention from music producer Hammer, Sarkodie, and several Ghanaian musicians and industry players.

Days after the freestyle went viral, Black Sherif was seen hanging out with rap heavyweight and Sarkcess music CEO, Sarkodie.

Black Sherif Songs

  • Cry For Me – 2019
  • Money – 2020
  • Ade Akye – 2020
  • Destiny – 2020
  • First Sermon
  • Second Sermon
  • Kwaku the Traveler

Black Sherif NetWorth

This is something that isn’t gully disclosed, But from the media as of 2020 April Black Sherif is within 1 – 2 million USD.

Controversies

On 11 April 2022, a lawsuit was filed against Black sheriff for alleged breach of contract.

The lawsuit stems from allegations that Black Sherif ignored his investor after he invested in his career.

Again, Black Sherif is said to have signed a distribution agreement with Empire Music without his investor’s permission, despite the fact that he allegedly had a business management contract with him.

His investor, Shadrach Agyei Owusu, the CEO of Waynes Chavis Consult is seeking the court to restrict Black Sherif from performing at events without his authorization.

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