Legendary Producer Hammer Displeased With The Industry Sleeping On Black Sherif

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Black Sherif, the latest internet sensation getting all the buzz with his single, ‘1st Sermon’ has definitely won the heart of legendary music producer.

The young singer first dropped ‘money’ some years back which got him some attention but not enough to put him in the limelight.

He has gone ahead to release several singles, all good but none to give him that hit he needs and deserves.

His latest single which is freestyle caught fire when he dropped just the behind the scenes of his video shoot, making him release the official song earlier than he wanted.

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The likes of Sarkodie and Hammer are just a few of the industry players who have fallen deeply in love with his artistry.

Hammer went completely crazy after discovering this young talent and had this to say after checking a few of his songs out.

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“What’s really going on… where are the gate keepers who’re steering this industry. Who actually determines what shld be popular and what shld be shelved? I can’t believe @blacksherif_ isn’t in the frontlines. The most unique artist in recent times combining hi life and hip hop in unfathomable ways and he’s being kept in the background.

I miss the days when @bolarayofficial and some great DJs were in charge of what the public got to hear. You always knew deserving artist will definitely get their break.

This guy needs to enjoy the same prioritization as the talented kuami Eugene gets from DJs .

We have a pure breed in our midst, the first of his kind.

Trust me They don’t make em like this anymore. A hilife artist with a hip hop mindset.



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