Black Sherif Saves Ghana Music As He Kicks Nigerians Off Apple Music Chat

Black Sherif dropped an incredible song called “Soja” on Friday, September 22, 2022, which is track 4 from the album “The Villain I Never Was,” prior to the release of the masterpiece.

His debut studio album, “The Villain I Never Was,” has 14 tracks and features Grammy-winning recording and performance artist Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, better known by his stage name, Burna Boy.

His massive hits “Second Sermon Remix” and “Kwaku The Traveller” are included on the CD.

Black Sherif, who has been nominated for the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards, is now doing well in the

Fans and music enthusiasts have expressed their gratitude for the rapper’s album following the successful release of the 14-track album, which includes the African Giant, Burna Boy on track 14, “Second Sermon Remix.”

Within less than a day of its release, the album “The Villian I Never Was” had amassed more than 70 million views on the streaming and audio discovery website Audiomack.

Within 24 hours of their releases, “Oil In My Head,” “The Homeless Song,” “45,” and “Konongo Zongo” also made their Apple Music Top 100 Ghana debuts.

All 14 songs from the debut album currently have a position on Ghana’s Apple Music Top 100 Charts.

The Villain I Never Was has been at the top of music charts and debates ever since its release on October 6’s first hour. Making an appearance on the Billboard Afrobeat Chart is one example.

On the album “The Villian I Was,” track number 12 (“Oh Paradise”), Black Sherif describes the difficult moment when his sweetheart passed away.

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