Breakthrough singer and rapper Black Sherif releases his first solo single of the year, ‘Kwaku The Traveler’ produced by Joker Nharnah. Poised as the new breakout star from the thriving Ghanaian underground scene, the 20-year-olds’ energy burst through the speakers commanding the attention of anyone listening. Listen Here

‘Kwaku The Traveller’ shows a different side to him and when speaking about the more emotive and down-tempo song, he reflects on the past and shares: “I talk about the countless mistakes I’ve made as a teenager, and how I’m not going to let them stop me from trapping my way up.” You can hear pain and determination in his voice and he states that he’s on a mission to inspire, change peoples minds and shine a light on all of those around him doing the same.

With a vocal range like no other, Black Sherif’s music falls out of any box it’s put in, spanning across Drill, Highlife, Afrobeats and beyond.

Since emerging onto the scene in 2019, Black Sherif has become known for his honesty, relatable lyrics and his unorthodox flow and voice. Hoping to encourage the youth to express themselves, in an interview with GBC Radio he openly discusses his emotions stating that “everyone is sad, I’m just the most real person to speak out”. Wise beyond his years he finds freedom in his words and although he’s still so early in his journey, he prides himself on his patience and is absent of any anger, channeling

everything into his music. Inspired by the likes of Sarkodie, Saint JHN, J Hus and Kwesi Arthur, Black Sherif has now confirmed to join another one of his influences, Burna Boy, on his tour this year with other plans to visit the UK this summer.

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