Apple Music Named Black Sherif As The Featured Artist For The January 2023 Edition Of Rap Life Africa
This week’s episode of Apple Music’s Rap Life Radio, hosted by Ebro Darden, Global Editorial Head of Hip-Hop and R&B, will feature breakout Ghanaian highlife rapper and vocalist Black Sherif (actual name Mohammed Ismail Sherif Kwaku Frimpong).
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
In addition to Black Sherif, Rap Life Radio also has brand-new tracks from South African hip hop legend AKA called “PRADA” ft. Khuli Chana and Nigerian newcomer Odumodublvck with “Picanto” feat. Zlatan & ECko Miles.
Black Sherif’s debut album, The Villain I Never Was, features 14 songs and is a compilation of his own affirmations that he uses to fight against inner demons and advance his goals.
Black Sherif discusses his brand-new song, “Soja,” with Apple Music. “Everyone in this world is a soldier—we are all in different battles. It’s a wake-up call. Stand and beat your chest, here they come. Your anxieties are coming. Your haters are coming. Your backstabbers are coming. Your own self is coming at you. So stand and let nothing pull you down. Don’t let them catch you off guard, never. People think they are fighting external battles, but the internal ones are bigger than what they see outside,”
Apple Music’s leading hip-hop playlist, Rap Life, is accompanied by Rap Life Africa.
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