‘Kwaku the traveler’ was inspired by street life – Black Sherif

Source The Ghana Report

After the release of ‘First Sermon’ and ‘Second Sermon’, Black Sherif has returned with ‘Kwaku the Traveler’, a single that delves into the mysteries of street life.

‘Kwaku the Traveller’ has been making waves across Africa since its debut last Thursday, topping charts on YouTube, Audiomack, and Boomplay, among other streaming services.

It’s worth noting that Black Sherif is the first Ghanaian musician to reach the top of Apple Music in Nigeria, a stunning achievement that demonstrates his rapid development.

Black Sherif demonstrates his skills on the new track by churning out some mind-blowing lyrics that resonate with music lovers.

The lyrics of the song, according to the rapper, born Mohammed Ismail Sherif, were inspired by the challenges of many young on the street.

“Remember, you know a traveler, his name is Kwaku the Hustler, and he’s been hunting for the ‘guallalaa’, Bro, I’ll be back. I swear to God, I can’t wait to return,” He said in an interview on Metro TV.

The song’s chorus would reverberate with anyone trying to make positive strides in life but faces some challenges yet remains persistent on the target.

Black Sherif, also known as Kweku Frimpong, has dominated entertainment headlines after releasing two freestyle tracks: First Sermon and Second Sermon.


1 Comment
  1. Kwadwo Acheampong says

    Kwaku Rasta 1.first Rapper in Ghana to hear his song at the NBA court

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