After making waves with his 1st Sermon Freestyle, fast-rising Ghanaian rapper, Black Sherif comes through with the sequel of his smash hit tune dubbed ‘Second Sermon’.
The versatile musician combines an ambiance of soft and hardcore rap leaning atmosphere, showing range with his vocal prowess and adept songwriting capabilities in the second installment of his sermon freestyles.
In the new song, the rapper delves deeper into the struggles of the Ghanaian youth.
According to Blacko, the song basically talks about “the day-to-day lifestyle of my boys on the streets. It took me so much courage to voice this out, but this is our truth. I don’t speak for only myself, I pray God blesses every young person on the street trying hard to make ends meet.”
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