24.2 C
Wednesday, June 7, 2023


Sarkodie’s ‘Jamz’ album will still be a hit without me – Black Sherif

Related stories

Empress Gifty gives reason behind move to sing in English

Empress Gifty, a renowned Ghanaian gospel musician, has recently...

Tonto Dikeh shares some important lessons as she approaches age 38

As Tonto Dikeh's 38th birthday approaches, the Nollywood actress...

Kate Henshaw shares photo with daughter

Kate Henshaw, the renowned Nigerian film actress, has surprised...

Here are the 15 richest female singers in the world

While being at the pinnacle of the music industry...

‘Deepfake’ AI songs to be trashed by streaming service, Deezer

Deezer, the streaming service, has announced the development of...

Lewis Capaldi cancels shows to ‘rest and recover’

Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi has made the decision to...

Let’s read more of Ama Ata’s books to keep her legacy – Akorfa Edjeani

A veteran Ghanaian actress and director, Akorfa Edjeani, has...

John Dumelo to engage participants at CASA SUMMIT ’23

A distinguished actor and UN Ambassador known for his...

“I’m not holy” – McBrown reacts to claims of being a drug addict

Actress Nana Ama McBrown has recently addressed allegations regarding...
- Advertisement -

Artiste of the Year at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs), Black Sherif, has responded to suggestions that Sarkodie’s “Jamz” album would not have gained its current popularity without his contribution.

Black Sherif’s collaboration with Sarkodie on the track “Country Side” quickly became the most sought-after song on the “Jamz” album, leading some fans to believe that his contribution played a significant role in shaping the album’s overall appeal.

- Advertisement -

However, Black Sherif in an interview with MzGee on United Showbiz took the opportunity to clarify his stance on these claims, emphasizing that the album would have attained its current status with or without his involvement.

“It would have been what it will be. Music is a spiritual thing. From my lens, Albums and singles are babies. I don’t know his destiny. If I wasn’t on it, I don’t know his destiny, so whatever the album would have been, would have been,” he stated during the interview.

- Advertisement -

Black Sherif further acknowledged Sarkodie’s extensive experience and career longevity, noting that the acclaimed rapper had been making music for years before he entered the picture. He expressed humility by stating that he would not presume to dictate the success or failure of Sarkodie’s album, stating, “Am I the one to come and tell him that without me, his album would go nowhere? We don’t talk like that. I’ve just been here for four years, subtract it from his [Sarkodie’s] years.”

Born Mohammed Ismail Sharrif, Blacko, 21 in an earlier interview on TV3 also explained why he failed to join Sarkodie to perform ‘Countryside’ at the recently held VGMAs.

- Advertisement -

“I am a big fan of Sarkodie. I wanted to sit and experience him perform,” Black Sherif said


- Never miss a story with notifications

- Gain full access to our premium content

- Browse free from up to 5 devices at once

Latest stories