The gifted rapper declared that, after failing to achieve his scholastic objectives in senior high school, he decided to pursue a career in music.
Black Sherif firmly asserted that he was about to flunk his WASSCE final exams and needed to start a plan B that would drive him to pursue a music career in an interview with Accra-based FM’s Asaase Radio.
At some point in his senior high school years, he understood that his academic achievement wasn’t anything to brag about.
Blacko claimed he understood he wouldn’t perform “the head but the tail” on his final tests and that he would have to find an other way to advance in his job.
“And after looking at my scores, I realized they weren’t satisfactory, and I realized I wouldn’t perform well on my final examinations. At that point, I told myself I needed a plan B,” Black Sherif said.
He continued, saying that after enjoying it and being inspired to perform more, he burst his SHS coworkers’ heads with some freestyle.
“I recall that throughout my time in high school, I used to rap and sing along with my friends while playing beats on tables. One day, I decided to try a freestyle, and they loved it, so I decided to continue.
After graduating from high school in June 2019, he continued, “I made the decision to pursue music full-time after my first experience in the studio was some time in the year 2019 and the experience was something else.
Since the publication of his “First Sermon” freestyle in May of last year, Black Sherif’s fame has increased.
He has already received numerous accolades in 2022, including Breakthrough Act Of The Year at the 3Music Awards.