Black Sherif: I began making music as a dancehall artist
"My mom originally let me listen to Highlife songs, and my dad usually listened to reggae music," Black Sherif said to the host.
Ismail Mohammed Sherif The popularity of Ghanaian artist Kwaku Frimpong, well known by his stage name Black Sherif, is rising quickly.
Blacko, who was raised in Konongo Zongo in the Ashanti Region, asserts that the popularity of dancehall music had a significant impact on him from a young age.
Black Sherif claimed that although his mother introduced him to Highlife, his father played him Reggae initially when he appeared on Asaase Radio in Accra through a virtual interview from London.
I guess you could call me a dancehall musician from the days of Konongo Zongo when I first started recording music since the first song I ever wrote was a dancehall tune.
The truth is that because dancehall music was what most children in my neighborhood listened to when I was growing up, I was greatly influenced by it. "My mom originally let me listen to Highlife songs, and my dad usually listened to reggae music," Black Sherif said to the host.
"But dancehall music is so enormous among the kids in the Zongos around the country."