Ghanaian drill/trap sensation Ishmail Mohammed Sherif, well known in the music game as Black Sherif has revealed that his main focus in life has been his music craft and not people say about him.
Speaking in an interview with PulseGhana, the “Kwaku The Traveler” hitmaker intimated that he doesn’t really give concerns to what is being publicized about him or what people say about his craft.
He revealed that his craft is what gets people talking about him on social media so his focus is his craft as a musician and not the harsh comments penned against him on social media.
“They are talking about my craft and what I’m doing and that’s what gets them talking about me, so my focus is just on the craft but if they talk about me then I’m not watching that stuff”, he said.
Black Sherif has been one of the most sensational musicians in the country for some time now. He has thrilled Ghanaians with hits upon hits and has registered his name on almost every lip in the country. The singer continues to dominate the scene and thrill his fans and all music lovers with more hit tunes.
In other news, budding and promising Ghanaian musician, Mawuly has described the prominent dancehall musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., widely known as Shatta Wale as a great inspiration to his music journey.
Speaking in a recent interview with the ace broadcaster, Sammy Forson on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz, Mawuly intimated that he drew inspiration from the Shatta Movement Empire boss for his music career.
Well, the record and contribution of Shatta Wale in the music industry, it is no doubt that most upcoming musicians aspire to have their music brands as influential and solid like Shatta Wale’s music brand.
Shatta Wale formerly known as Bandana has dominated the music scene for years after returning from his long break from music a couple of years back. After he resurfaced as Shatta Wale, he has undoubtedly become one of the best musicians Ghana has ever produced.
Irrespective of his controversies, he is still regarded one of the most influential and prominent musicians in Africa and the world at large. He is also one of the few musicians promoting the Ghanaian cultures through his music.