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Break Out Ghanaian Star, Black Sherif Will Be Dropping His Debut Album “The Villain I Never Was” Tonight

…and the African Giant, Burna Boy is the only featured Artist.

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Black Sherif is about to release his debut album today, the 6th of October 2022. Following back-to-back hits with solo songs and top features with A-List performers in Africa and beyond, Black Sherif is ready to serve his fans and listeners with a full-length project.

Black Sherif will add the cherry on top to his already impressive resume with his debut album, titled “The Villain I Never Was,” which follows a nomination for Best International Flow at this year’s BET Hip-hop Awards and two headlining performances in the US and UK in October. The album will have 14 tracks, including the three already-released songs; Second Sermon Remix featuring Burna Boy, Kwaku The Traveler, and the newly released ‘Soja.’

The beginning of Blacko’s reign is imminent, and he will soon establish the rules and prove his value.

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