VGMA23: Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon’ wins best Hip Hop song
Black Sherif has received his first Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) plaque at the just-ended 23rd edition of the honours held at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC).
He won the Best Hip-hop Song of the Year with his second single,’ Second Sermon’.
Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon’ beat ‘Abotre’ by Amerado Burner ft Black Sherif, ‘Winning’ by Kwesi Arthur ft Vic Mensa, ‘Coachella’ by Sarkodie ft Kwesi Arthur, ‘Sika Aba Fie’ Rmx by Kweku Darlington ft Kuami Eugene, Kweku Flick, Yaw Tog, Fameye, and ‘Sore’ Rmx by Yaw TOG ft Stormzy & Kwesi Arthur.
Receiving the award, the musician dedicated it to the Zongo community, his fans, and loved ones who have supported his music career.
He also won the Best New Artiste award.
Other winners on the night were Joe Mettle, who took home the Gospel Artiste of the Year award, while Kofi Kinaata won the Highlife Song of the Year award with ‘Thy Grace’.
Black Sherif, also known as Kweku Frimpong, has dominated entertainment headlines after releasing two freestyle tracks: ‘First Sermon’ and ‘Second Sermon’.
Born on 9 January 2002, the rapper released the second of his two-hit tracks three weeks ago, and it has become a big hit.
‘Second Sermon’ follows the same street hustler theme as ‘First Sermon’.
Just three weeks after the song’s release, Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon’ has clocked over 1.3 million views on YouTube.