‘Black Sherif Is Bob Marley Incarnate’ – Sonnie Badu
Black Sherif, a rising star in Ghanaian music, has received a lot of great feedback since the publication of his debut album, “The Villian I Never Was.”
The number of people who have streamed the album’s tracks is astounding considering that it only went on sale a little more than 24 hours ago.
Sonnie Badu, a well-known gospel musician and preacher, has paid tribute to the award-winning artist amid the praise and adulation his debut album is receiving on social media both domestically and abroad.
The founder and head of the Rockhill church acknowledged his amazement at the young talent in a post that was seen on his Instagram page.
Sonnie Badu has made it clear that he thinks Black Sherif is a manifestation of Bob Marley, who won the 2001 Grammy Lifetime Award.
He continued by saying that Blacko’s writing and singing skills are astounding and highly regarded.
The “Wonder God” singer prayed that God would shield Black Sherif’s music from “jealousy, envy, and early termination” and added that his debut album proves he will be one of the industry’s giants.
‘I think this young man @blacksherif_ is BoB Marley incarnate living in Ghana. His song writting abilities are just incredible. This new album solidifies the fact that – he will be one of the Giants of African music. And he will surely win some #Grammys for Ghana .. May God protect you from jealousy, envy, and premature termination as you walk in your giftings….’
See his complete message below.
The “The Villain I Never Was” album by Black Sherif comprises fourteen (14) songs, including his major hits “Second Sermon” with Burna Boy, “Kweku The Traveller,” and “Soja,” which most recently debuted on the US Billboard chart.