Life has taught many valuable lessons to both the less privileged and those born with silver spoons in their mouths. All the same, life must go on no matter how failure or success locates us respectively.
After listening to Black Sheriff’s “First Sermon” and “Second Sermon”, I have come to realise that the world associates with only success but deliberately pretend to be blind towards failure.
Hammer of the Last 2 did well when he recognized and posted Black Sheriff. He catapulted the guy into stardom one way or the other.
The Ajeezay Effect
During Black Sheriff’s recent interview with Andy Dosty, he showed why he will reign in this game for long. Revealing that Nathaniel Mensah aka Ajeezay was the first person to bring him to Accra and subsequently connect him to Ponobiom is a beautifully appreciative gesture that is quite rare in this current musical dispensation.
Failure At Reality Show.
In order not to get emotional here, I wouldn’t like to mention the name of the said Reality Show. But for them to reject a talent like that of Fameye and Black Sheriff shows how weird their operation is. Thanks be to the Universal Deity who discriminates not, the aforementioned artistes have succeeded beyond the imagination of all and sundry.
The Attack On Abject Poverty.
The songs of both Fameye and Black Sheriff are geared towards stripping poverty naked. And, so far, the rationale behind their move is paying off. Fameye’s “Nothing I Get” and Black Sheriff’s “Destiny” have launched serious verbal missiles against poverty.
Expected EP From Blacko.
After the Second Sermon banging over a million views, the next move is to paint the whole African continent with Black Sheriff’s intents of bringing the focus of authorities on the struggling moments of African youths.
What is your expectation from Blacko’s next banger?