Music artiste, Black Sherif, says his fashion sense makes him feel like an icon.

The 20-year-old’s music has slowly become a federal phenomenon, topping charts on numerous music streaming outlets in Ghana and other parts of the world.

Nonetheless, one thing that people do not appear to be instilled with is his fashion style.

Conversing in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz, the singer whose substantial name is Mohammed Ismail Sherif Kweku Frimpong, explained that he does not care about these critiques.
He told Andy Dosty that his style makes him feel like an icon.

“They say I dey dress someway but I dey see myself as some Icon oo. I dey look fly,” he said.

‘Blacko’ is mostly discerned dressed wearing a pair of baggy jeans, a t-shirt, a big pair of shoes and a Du-rag or cap.

Black Sherif is a Ghanaian musician and performer from Konongo, Ghana, he is well known for his song Second Sermon featuring Burna boy in Nigeria.

Black Sherif is currently one of Ghana’s artists who is flapping the county’s flag up high on the international front.

His most recent song, “Kweku the Traveler”, is presently the most sought-after song in the world on Shazam.

The song which talks about the journey of a committed musician who is ready to do anything to contaminate all odds for success is also topping charts in Nigeria and Gambia.

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