Soldiers Jam to Black Sherif Songs As He Performs For Them In Presence of Nana Akufo-Addo
Black Sherif showed up to dish out songs from his rich repertoire at the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) annual celebration, WASSA, where he performed to the admiration of the men in uniform.
He sang some of his most popular songs, including Soja and Kwaku The Traveler, as well as other hit singles that have resonated well with Ghanaians across the length and breadth of the country.
Sherif enthralled the military guys; most of them grooved to the rhythm of the sound. When the Sad Boys President was in his element on stage, some of the soldiers immediately grabbed their smartphones to take photos of him.
They sang along loudly and enthusiastically while dancing and raising their fists in the air.
In a related development, Bosom Pyung, the man noted for his one single hit song, “Ataa Adwoa,” has spoken highly of his colleague Black Sherif, insisting that he’s the second coming of Okomfo Anokye.
Pyung equally had huge potential when he burst into the mainstream with the aforementioned song and it was widely predicted that he would take over the music scene, but sadly he fizzled into oblivion, unlike Black Sherif, who has chalked up a series of successes after he shot into the limelight not too long ago.
Mainstream online portal PulseGhana shared a photo of Black Sherif on their main Twitter platform, and that was when Pyung emerged under the post to say he will tell his kids that the Kwaku the Traveler hitmaker was actually Okomfo Anokye.
Source – Tru News Report