“Hopefully You Can Win A Grammy For Ghana Music Sometime In The Future” – Sonnie Badu Tells Black Sherif

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Ghanaian Gospel musician, Sonnie Badu is hopeful Black Sherif can win Grammy in the future.

Sherif has been topping a chart in Nigeria a few days after he released his song ‘Kweku The Traveller’.

Sonnie Badu reacting to this in a post sighted by Zionfelix.net said breaking through the borders of Nigeria with music is not a joke.

He advised Black Sherif to remain humble and focused.

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Minister Badu believes the young musician will make a mark on the global stage if he stays clean and drops more bars.

He wrote: “Breaking through the borders of Nigeria with music is not a joke. I’ve been here over 10 years and Nigeria is home for me when it comes to music.

 I am very proud of you @blacksherif_ your music is a breath of fresh air. Remain humble and focused, come up with more bars and stay clean. Hopefully you can win a Grammy for Ghana music sometime in the future. #DrBadu.”

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