I Pursued Music Because Of My WASSCE Results, Music Was My Plan B

Black Sherif

Sherif Ismail Mohammed, popularly known as Black Sherif, the Ghanaian trapper, and Konongo Zongo superstar, revealed in a recent interview with Asase Radio that music was his plan B and that he pursued it when he knew all was not well in the academic space. 

In the interview, Black Sherif revealed that, in senior high school, he used to be rapping in class and people loved it, so as soon as he completed the course and he wasn’t satisfied with her results, he had to move straight into music without thinking twice.

He said:

I came to the realization that my academic achievement in senior high school wasn’t anything to brag about at some point.

“And after looking at my results, I realized they weren’t satisfactory, and I realized I wouldn’t perform well on my final exams.” At that point, I told myself I needed a plan B.

“I recall that during my time in high school, I used to rap and sing along with my friends while playing beats on tables. One day, I decided to try a freestyle, and they loved it, so I decided to continue.

I entered a recording studio for the first time sometime in 2019, and the experience was extraordinary. After graduating from SHS in June 2019, I made the decision to pursue music professionally.



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