Rapper and singer Black Sherif has revealed in a new radio interview that when he was working his way to the top and was barely unknown, some mainstream artistes refused to collaborate with him when he approached them.
But now that he’s the hottest cake in the industry, he revealed that most of these artistes approach him for collabos, a statement he made to emphasize the importance for artistes to polish their craft first so everything would fall in place for them.
The First and Second Sermon hitmaker revealed this when he had an exclusive interview with Kwame Bee, host of Kasapa 102.5FM’s Diwulane Mu drive time show.
”They truly barb’ now if you call for collabo, they’ll do it.” You will reach a level that no one can deny you if you work on yourself. So the most important thing is to focus on yourself.”
He however refused to mention the particular artistes who snubbed him at the initial stage of his career.
Days ago Black Sherif was interviewed on Friday on GHOne TV where he spoke about his music, childhood, and his family- precisely the whereabouts of his parents since he hardly talks about them.
When the interview progressed, he essentially talked about Sister Mariama who he referenced in his Second Sermon whereby he asked God to keep her in his bosom until they meet in heaven one day.
The young rapper said Sister Mariama was his cousin who died tragically while observing dawn prayers as a Muslim.
Blacko as he loves to call himself said it was because of the strong bond and rapport exiting between them that made him pay glowing tribute to her in his Second Sermon song.