Bullgod Details Why Black Sherif’s Album Will Do Better Than That Of Sarkodie And Shatta Wale – Watch Video

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According to Ghanaian entertainment critic, Bulldog, the debut album of Black Sherif, titled “The Villain I Never Was” will do better than the upcoming albums of top music acts, Sarkodie and Shatta Wale.

While this might sound a bit controversial, the former manager of Shatta Wale explained his assertion explicitly while speaking on Hitz FM’s ‘Daybreak Hitz’ show on Thursday, October 6, 2022.

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According to him, the one thing that will really work for Black Sherif when it comes to the numbers he will chalk is the fact that he is signed to one of the most successful record labels, Empire Entertainment.

The CEO of Bullhaus Entertainment added that Sarkodie and Shatta Wale have not been signed on any record label yet, hence it will be quite difficult to catch up with Black Sherif in terms of the numbers and streams he will garner with his album.

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Bulldog stressed that success in music requires more than talent and it is high time musicians brace themselves and strengthen their connections if they wish to succeed in the music game in these present times.

He was however quick to warn pundits not to belittle the careers of Shatta Wale and Sarkodie simply because another musician is doing better in the present dispensation.

Watch the video below…

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