Black Sherif breaks down while speaking about track ‘Oh Paradise’

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Black Sherif shared his life story during the interview on Luv FM which made him break the popular tag ‘men don’t cry’.

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During the interview, Black Sherif broke down while talking about his first girlfriend Clementina who passed on in 2017. Apparently, the song which is one of the tracks on Black Sherif’s album titled, “Oh Paradise” was a tribute song to the late girlfriend of Black Sherif.

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According to Black Sherif, his first girlfriend died during the 2017 Kumasi Academy disaster; an outbreak of H1N1 influenza and meningitis. He further added that he lost another close friend during the disaster.

According to him, Oh Paradise is a love letter he sent to the gates of Heaven to remind the late Tina of how dearly he loved her and how he is yet to cope with her absence.

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“Music is special and I feel it can enter anywhere so that was a means of sending my message to her. The song was made with the intent of sending love to Heaven and I am glad people can deeply connect to the message. I didn’t want to go into details in the song because I didn’t want to remind people of their loss and pain, but still, they can connect to it.”

source: www.ghbase.com

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