Kweku Frimpong also known in Ghana’s music industry as Black Sherif is out again with another hard tune, sending warning to poverty. The young rising star dropped first sermon weeks ago, sending warnings to poverty.
The artiste is known for condemning poverty in most of his songs, and encouraging young folks on the streets to rise high against all odds to fight poverty at all cost.
His #SecondSermon song breaks another record as the verses in the song speak on issues relating to daily activities of the youths, and how they struggle each and every day to make ends meet.
Black Sherif who hails from Konongo reveals the rationale behind the song saying its dedicated to the streets and also sending a message to his people at Konongo to never give up on their dreams.
“this is me sending a message to my people at home ( Konongo) I also dedicated this one to my angel sister, Mariama. I just try to describe the day to day lifestyle of my boys on the streets. It took me so much courage to voice this out. But this is our truth. I don’t speak for only myself. I pray God blesses every young person on the streets trying hard to make ends meet ” Black Sherif reveals.
The song truly speaks about happenings among young folks as they strive to rise. Many of these youths took to social media to applaud him for his hard works, dexterity and exuberance.