Mohammed Ismail Sherif Kwaku Frimpong, a Ghanaian hip-hop and drill singer popularly known as Black Sherif, has revealed the inspiration behind his latest song, “Soja.”
After several months of famine, Black Sherif made the decision to bless his fans and all music fans with another song that has the potential to become a worldwide hit, “Soja”.
This comes months after he released “Kwaku The Traveler,” which dominated the charts and earned dominance around the world. In both Nigeria and Ghana, the song reached #1 on Apple Music, making the songwriter one of a select few Ghanaian musicians to achieve such a breakthrough in their music careers.
Just hours after the song’s release, Black Sherif spoke to a group of panelists in a radio studio, including 3Music Network head Sadiq Abdulai Abu, and outlined the inspiration behind it and the message he wants to convey to his fans. in his new song.
He states that the song addresses the need for self-awareness to prevent one’s worries and unpleasant emotions from distracting them from their life’s purpose and goals.
Blacko claimed that for nearly a week after writing this particular song, he no longer had any desire to write songs, but was instructed to wait before making it available to the general public.
However, his team leader after listening to the song over and over again, encouraged him to release the song so that it would serve its purpose. He added that the song also talks about how people should brace themselves against all the negative energies and their own anxieties in order not to lose focus in their lives.
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Source : ghananewss.com