Bulldog has spoken highly of Black Sherif when he took his regular place on the popular United Showbiz programme on UTV hosted by UTV.
The former artist of Shatta Wale asserted that the ingenuity of the high-flying artist shows he’s actually the black star in the middle of Ghana’s flag which signifies the hope of Africa.
When discussing Black Sherif’s achievements to date with other panellists hosted by Nana Ama Mcbrown on the show, Bulldog credited the artist’s quick rise to being conscious of himself.
He stated, “If you listen to him, he is conscious of himself and where he is, and that is the reason he needs to achieve his present milestone. This young man is alert and aware of his surroundings. Keep an eye on him; he is Ghana’s true Black Star. He is represented by the black star on the flag,” he emphasized.
Black Sherif recnetly added a new chapter to his illustrious, albeit having been in the mainstream just a few years ago by performing at the 25th anniversary of the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards, which took place at the OVO Arena in Wembley.
Hip-hop, grime, UK Drill, R&B, soul, reggae, jazz, gospel, and African music are among the genres recognized by the MOBO Awards, a yearly British music award ceremony.
The night was big and black magnificence, with performances by legendary artists like Nile Rodgers, Craig David, Tion Wayne, and Fireboy DML among others.
The mainstream Hiphop artiste wowed the charged audience by dropping his popular Second Sermon Remix and Kwaku The Traveller songs.