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Music was a backup plan - Black Sherif reveals

Music was a backup plan - Black Sherif reveals

Ghanaian young superstar, Black Sherif, says pursuing his music career was a backup plan to cover up his main plan for life.

The energy-filled artist explained in an interview on Asaase Radio that he only wanted to become a musician after sinking his academic goals in Senior High School (S.H.S) when he almost felt like he has already failed his WASSCE.

“At some point during my Senior High School days, I realized that my performance in academics was nothing good to write home about.”

And looking at my results I saw that it wasn’t good enough and so I knew I wouldn’t do well in my final exams and that’s when I told myself that I need a plan B.” He said.

“I remember that in my SHS days I used to play beat on tables with my hand for my friends to sing and rap with it one day I also decided to do one freestyle and they loved it so that was when I decided to try it.

“My first time in the studio was somewhere in the year 2019 and the experience was something else and after I completed SHS in June 2019 I decided to venture into music full-time.” 

Since Black broke through his music career, he has received so much attention in Ghana and the world. 

He is envied by most musicians because he is an energy-filled musician whose lyrics relate to everyday living.

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