Black Sherif Biography: Net Worth Age, Date Of Birth, Education, Songs
Black Sherif is a fast-rising Ghanaian musician who is currently taking over the music space with his Fist and Second Sermon freestyle.
Black Sherif is a 19-year-old from Konongo, Ashanti Region, and he came through the limelight with his major ‘Money’ hit song, but mostly known for his First and Second Sermon freestyle. According to many Ghanaian music lovers, he is a threat to poverty, looking at his aggressiveness.
Black Sherif Education
The artiste attended his primary and junior education in Konogo, and had his secondary education at Kumasi Academy and completed in 2019.
Black Sheriff, known in real life as Mohammed Ismail Sherif is currently a first-year student studying Marketing at the University of Professional Studies (UPSA).
Black Sherif Career
The young musician who has evolved from a viral sensation to one of Ghana’s hottest music stars, pushing RnB and Trap Music to new heights in just one year, began his career as a dancer and later switched to music while in secondary school.
In 2021, Black Sherif, popularly referred to as Blacko, rose to fame after the freestyle he shared on his Twitter handle caught the attention of music producer Hammer, Sarkodie, and several Ghanaian musicians and industry players.
Black Sherif Songs
The musician, who is currently among the hottest artistes in Ghana, known for hit songs including Cry for me, Ade Akye, Destiny, Money, and the current hottest ones, First Sermon and Second Sermon.
The First Sermon was released on YouTube 2 months ago, May 21, 2021, and it has garnered over 1.1 million views.
The musician released his Second Sermon on YouTube 5 days ago, July 16, and it has amassed over 1 million views.
Black Sherif Net Worth
Black Sherif net worth is estimated at $50,000.