According to Billboard, the debuts album hits No. 12 on the World Albums chart this week.
Black Sherif’s debut album, “The Villain I Never Was,” which was released on October 6th this year is doing well in the global music market. The album is currently number 12 on the Billboard World Albums Chart, just after Wizkid’s “Made In Lagos” album. This brings up more joy and more attention on the young artiste by the journalist.
The album which is Blacko’s autobiography shows his style of delivery and the overcoming the problems of his own life, he introduced on pop hits like “Kwaku The Traveler” and “Second Sermon” into a 14-track manifesto. The young artiste combines his native language which is Twi and his gift for storytelling with the drill style of music, Black Sherif blends cultures to create his own tune and genre of music on The Villain I Never Was
The album is making more sense on the international market, plays like a collection of Sherif’s personal affirmations, which he uses to battle self problems and increases the desire and faith of his ambitions. Killer Blacko balances the realities of his upbringing in Konongo Zongo, Ashanti Region – Ghana, and the lessons he has learned for sometime with a fresh take on the sounds that shaped him on the album.
Black Sherif joins other Ghanaian music elites like: Stonebwoy, Sarkodie and Shatta Wale, who have made Billboard World Album Charts entries with their projects: “Epistles of Mama” and “Reign” respectively.