- Ghanaian musician Black Sherif thrilled a huge crowd at the 'Its About Time Concert', which took place in the U.S without being there
- The young superstar's 'Kwaku The Traveler' song had fans cheering loudly at the show, although he was not present
- Videos from the concert spread across social media, and Ghanaians expressed joy at seeing Black Sherif's international appeal get stronger
Ghanaian musician Black Sherif has made a massive impact on a crowd at the Its About Time Concert, which took place in Newyork.
The show was organised by Sarkodie and R2bees and had numerous Ghanaian artistes on the bill. Even though Sherif was not invited to the concert, the young man's presence was felt.
A video of the crowd singing Black Sherief's Kwaku The Traveler loudly without him being present has surprised many Ghanaians.
The young super star's song was played at the show, and folks attending were filled with massive excitement as they recited the lyrics of the song word for word.
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Videos from the event went viral on social media, and many Ghanaians expressed joy at seeing the kind of influence Sherif has on his international audience. YEN.com.gh compiled some reactions to the incredible moment.
Social Media Reactions
kcbbysong was surprised to see the crowd:
Eish so all these people are in USA alone wooow
guys going places
andoh_benjamin made a hilarious comment:
enti all dese people tear runner away without ghana card
money_fresh24 also said:
That is incredible
albert_emu was also impressed:
When blessing follow you no body can stop it
Black Sherif dragged to court by manager
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Black Sherif is in trouble following being dragged to court by his manager.
Known in private life as Mohammed Ismail Shariff, the musician has been served a writ signed on April 11, 2022, to appear in court within 8 years, otherwise, the court would take action without any further notice to him.
Black Sherif might lose everything he has worked for, including the funds from his online streams should he lose the court case.