Black Sherif reveals how he met Burna Boy and collaborated with him.
Black Sherif discloses how he met Burna Boy and collaborated with him.
The Ghanaian star reveals how Poco Lee played the song to African Gaint
Talented Ghanaian musician and performer Mohammed Ismail Sherif Kweku Frimpong, known professionally as Black Sherif, has revealed how he met Nigerian Grammy Award-winning star Burna Boy and how their collaboration came to existence.
Rave of the moment Black Sherif made this known in a recent interview where he explained how he met and collaborated with Burna Boy on the remix of his hit song ‘Second Sermon.’
Black Sherif said:
I don’t know who played the song for Burna but I think Poco played my song for Burna. Burna loved the sound. Someone from Burna’s team then reached out to me. We talked for like 20 minutes.
"I think Poco Lee was the person who first played my song to Burna Boy"
– Black Sherif
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In other news, The Ghanaian musician reveals he doesn’t smoke regardless of how he talks about it in his songs.
He made this known in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz 103.9 FM after he was asked if he actually smokes the herb based on how he features it in all of his popular songs.