The National, an English-speaking publication which covers the Middle East, has profiled Ghanaian superstar Black Sherif.
This follows his recent performance at the Wireless Festival held in Abu Dhabi.
Sherif joined a legion of international superstars to thrill attending fans.
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He also had a touching tribute to the late Christian Atsu.
Following that, he’s spoken to the National on his career so far, his ‘sad’ life and his biggest hits.
“I do feel like I live kind of a sad life when it comes to what I do,” he told the publication.
“I mean, I don’t put myself down or anything like that but I normally just do my own thing and I don’t really know many people.
“And even the small friends that I have, it’s the kind of relationship where we don’t really talk about the important things like our insecurities. This is why I love the studio because it is the only place where I really feel free to express how I feel.”
Sherif also revealed his viral hit of 2022, Kwaku the Traveller, was recorded in a short period of time which is why it feels so raw.
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“I think people kind of enjoyed listening to that vulnerability,” Sherif says. “And really that came because the song was recorded in a simple, very quick way. I was in the studio and I heard the beat and I was immediately inspired.
“I went to my phone and wrote the lyrics there and quickly recorded it. This is why I think it sounds raw.”