Black Sherif Becomes First Ghanaian Artist To Hit 10M Views On YouTube In Just 8 Months

Second Sermon has hit over 10 million views on YouTube in less than 8 months after Ghanaian singer Black Sherif released the song.

This is by far the fastest song from a Ghanaian artist to hit that milestone on the video streaming platform.

Although Black Sherif is facing a lawsuit from his former manager and investor, the young man’s star keeps shining brightest in his corner.

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The Grammy hopeful recorded a remix of the Second Sermon and had a free feature from Burna Boy, a two-time Grammy-nominated artist from Nigeria.

The remix is making waves but the original has taken the lead with 10 million views. Sherif has officially joined the most streamed music video catalog on YouTube.

Sarkodie’s Adonia which featured Castro has 84 million views on the platform but achieved that in 7 years.

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Critics are saying Black Sherif could surpass that with the way his Kwaku The Traveler and the Second Sermon songs are going viral.

A court case cannot stop him from becoming the biggest and youngest act in Ghana.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com

This post was published on April 12, 2022 3:24 PM

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