Mohammed Ismail Sherif, better known as Black Sherif, the fast-rising Ghanaian Afropop musician, has revealed a time when he was rejected by a renowned Ghanaian artiste.
He claimed that this specific artist had turned him down multiple times, forcing him to work hard to reach this level.
His ultimate objective, according to the ‘First & Second Sermon’ hitmaker, is to work diligently on his skills in order to catapult him to great prospects.
“Now that I’ve figured it out, if you call for collabo, they’ll do it.” You get it? By working on yourself, you will reach a level that no one can refuse you. In an exclusive interview with Kwame Bee, he noted, “The major task is working on yourself.”
Despite repeated attempts, the young rapper was unable to identify the musicians that refused to cooperate with him.