In just 8 months, Black Sherif has become the first Ghanaian artist to reach 10 million views on YouTube.
Second Sermon has received over 10 million views on YouTube in less than 8 months since Ghanaian singer Black Sherif released it.
By far the fastest song by a Ghanaian artist to reach that milestone on the video streaming platform.
Even though Black Sherif is being sued by his former manager and investor, the young man’s star shines brightest in his corner.
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Burna Boy, a two-time Grammy nominee from Nigeria, provided a free feature on the Grammy hopeful’s remix of the Second Sermon.
The remix is popular, but the original has surpassed it with 10 million views. Sherif has officially joined YouTube’s most-watched music video catalog.
Sarkodie’s Adonia, which featured Castro, has 84 million views on the platform, but it took 7 years to get there.
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With the success of his Kwaku The Traveler and Second Sermon songs, critics believe Black Sherif could surpass that.
A court case will not prevent him from becoming Ghana’s biggest and youngest act.