Ghanaian hip hop and rap star Black Sherif has in an interview called on music fans and especially those who support him to halt comparing him to the ‘gurus’ of the game.The young musician said this in an interview with Andy Dorsty on hitz fm ‘Daybreak Hitz’.
The young songwriter topping all the charts locally and internationally with his newest single ‘Kweku The Traveller” in the interview said,”it is unnecessary to see fans compare me to these bigger artists .I am a very respectful boy and I want my fans to respect these bigger artists too”
ARTISTS BLACK SHERIF WAS COMPARED WITH
Music fans and netizens compared Black Sherif to Burma Boy after the release of
Second sermon remix.According to those fans and social media users Burnaboy’s output on the track was below the level of an international star.They also held that Black Sherif was rather giving Burnaboy popularity.
The two-time BET award winner also was compared to Black Sherif after he just tweeted and shared links to the young act’s music. Netizens however called the rap legend and attention seeker who wants to ride on the fame the young act was gaining.
The African dancehall king who boasts of many musical achievements including chalking a feature with Beyonce was also compared. According to propagators of such agendas, the younger act releases better songs than he does.
It has therefore been observed that music fans through these comparisons and agendas breed confusion and enmity amongst artists making artists bitter to tow the lane of the “support your own “ mantra.
Black Sheriff however stood out in his interview as he called his fans to order and urged them to respect the pacesetters in the industry. He ended that he was expecting to meet with Shatta Wale once the dancehall act returned from his vacation from abroad.
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