Black Sherif opens up on speculations about collaborating with Piesie Esther

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Black Sherif, the Ghanaian musician who has won multiple awards just a few years after hitting the limelight has expressed his interest in collaborating with Piesie Esther on a Gospel song if given the chance.

In an interview on Hitz FM, the VGMA Artiste of the Year shared his fondness for Gospel music and his desire to delve deeper into this genre.

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Black Sherif, who is renowned for his exceptional talent and popular tracks such as ‘Kweku Killer’, ‘Oh Paradise’, and ‘Second Sermon’, revealed that he already has numerous Gospel-themed songs in his collection.

He mentioned that songs like “Oil In My Head” and “Soldier” can be considered Gospel songs, albeit with a street Gospel flair.

“I’ll be there because I already do gospel songs already. ‘Oil In My Head’ is a Gospel song, and so is ‘Soldier’.” He pointed out, “Most of the songs I do are Gospel but street Gospel, so we are already in the gospel fraternity but street department.”

Black Sherif, 21, born Mohammed Ismail Sharrif has been successful in carving a name for himself in the street music scene but expressed his readiness to expand his reach to the Gospel music fraternity.

Black Sherif’s response echoes the same sentiment shared by Gospel musician Piesie Esther, who expressed her desire for him to explore the Gospel music industry.

Piesie Esther, a renowned singer known for her impactful music and strong vocals, believes that Black Sherif’s vocal abilities could significantly contribute to spreading the Gospel if he decides to pursue Gospel music.

She expressed her admiration for the 21-year-old artist’s voice and expressed her hope that he would one day consider joining her in the Gospel genre.

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