Go #BehindTheTweets as Black Sherif talks being a “tuff boy”

Following the release of his debut album, The Villain I Never Was, breakout Ghanaian superstar Black Sheriff teamed up with @TwitterGhana to share with fans what was behind some of his most notable and memorable tweets. introduced to.

In a video posted by social networking company Ghana Handle, the “Kwak the Traveler” hitmaker explores themes ranging from his love for his hometown of Conongo Zongo to his early confidence in his future success. I’m touching We talk about his unique musical style and the growth of his sound that combines his love of rapping and singing. And after seeing him for the first time on TV, he gush about his mother’s pride.

He also said he touched on his emotional side while detailing the story behind this tweet that caught the attention of many fans and the media. “I believe that crying clears the soul,” she said.

#BehindTheTweets leverages the interest in artists and the inspiration behind their most popular tweets to foster deeper connections between fans and their music. Twitter is also a way for people to be introduced to new music and art, and to renew their appreciation of the artists they already know and love. Black Sherif, whose debut album hit massive streaming numbers across all services, is the first Ghanaian musician to be featured on #BehindTheTweets.

The award-winning artist is the latest Ghanaian music exporter to make waves on the international music scene, with over 100 million streams on Audiomack alone. His 2022 single “Kwaku the Traveler” reached number one on his Apple Music charts in Ghana and Nigeria and was his most Shazamed song worldwide in August 2022 . , the 2022 NBA All-Star Game and more.
Check out the #BehindTheTweets video below.

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