Black Sherif’s debut album, ‘The Villain I Never Was,’ is out now.
Ghanaian rapper and composer Mohammed Ismail Sherif, also known as Black Sherif, has finally released his debut album. Black Sherif’s 14-track body of work titled “The Villain I Never Was” discusses extensively, his present mental state and the circumstances he is now dealing with.
Songs like Soja, Kwaku The Traveler, and Second Sermon Remix, which were already available, gave the album’s official release some impetus. Only one musician, Burna Boy, was featured on the project, and he appeared on the remix of the Second Sermon, one of the album’s 14 songs. This speaks volumes about Black Sherif’s skill as a solo artist.
Even though Black Sherif didn’t take home the prize for best international at the recently held BET Hip-Hop Awards, this album will make up for it. This effort will undoubtedly open more doors for him and push boundaries.