A new song under the Road Boys Association [RBA] Empire record label has been published by Mohammed Ismail Sherif, a Ghanaian musician better known by his stage name Black Sherif, who just won the best international flow award at the renowned BET Awards.
The artist’s longtime partner and in-house producer, Samuel Sarpng, also known as Samaney, created the new song, which combines elements of highlife, soul, and drill. Joshua Adjei, also known as Joker Nharnar, contributed additional production. Reportedly, the song captures the essence of the rapper’s unwavering perseverance in enduring life’s harsh challenges while remaining loyal to his own identity.
The gifted rapper explained in detail what inspired the song, saying, “It feels like me standing at the edge of an open pit, but I know the resultant of the very next step at that moment in time.” “There are voices around and within pushing me” is the reason I decided to live my life without fear of plunging into a chasm. “Either direct my next step away from the pit or fall directly into it,” he said.
The Ghanaian musician is off to a fantastic start this year with the release of his double single project, “Take Care of Yourself Blacko.” This lovely self-care affirmation song encourages healing and pausing to think back on his difficult path to this point.
With the release of his debut album, The Villain I Never Was, Blacko has carved out a reputation for himself among the new sounds coming out of Africa and grown to become one of the greatest names in the genre.
Source: 1Family Radio