Black Sherif
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In the years to come, listeners can anticipate more immersive and soul-stirring music from Black Sherif's label, according to the Artiste of the Year and one of Ghana's leading exports of Afrobeats.

According to him, his future is “rich in artistry,” as new ideas constantly emerge “sonically and visually.”

The 21-year-old revealed recently in an interview with CNN's Larry Modowo on the African Voices Program that he made the decision to give up other pursuits after high school in order to concentrate completely on his music career.

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“I developed interests in a variety of activities, including football, as a child, but I quickly abandoned them all. I just knew after high school that I was going to dedicate my life to music, so on June 4, 2019, I heavily began composing songs, he recounted.

According to “Blacko,” who described the majority of his tracks as “modern highlife with reggae influences,” his ability to craft catchy lyrics and rhythms was in part influenced by his parents' love of music.

“He put me on reggae the first time I saw my dad, and that emotion was different. My taste and interest in music were developed as a result of my mother's love of Alpha Blondy and Adane Best, he claimed.

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