Black Sherif crowned as ‘Youth Chief’ in Tamale, video drops. Black Sherif has traditionally earned the new title the Nachin Naa of Tamale bestowed on him by traditional rulers in the Northern Region.
The title which translates to English as ‘Youth Chief’ was conferred on Sherif during his tour of the region as part of promotions for his maiden album ‘The Villain I Never Was’ released on October 6.
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A video showing the brief coronation ceremony where the top charting artist was adorned in a smock and matching fugu has been shared on social media.
Meanwhile, Black Sherif’s latest album, ‘The Villain I Never Was has ascended the summit of Nigeria iTunes in less than 24 hours of its release!
It is officially the first Ghanaian album to ever go number one on Nigeria iTunes
Black Sherif dropped his much anticipated maiden album which he has aptly titled, The Villain I Never Was on October 26.
Check this: I’m releasing my album for my Fans Not ‘Chickens and Lizards’ – Shatta Wale
Announcing the album to his teeming fans on Twitter ahead of its release, Sherif wrote, “It took me everything to give life to this body. The one thing in my life that I gave everything up for.
There is life in this body, I hope it treats you good and speaks to you like I want it to. My debut album is “The Villain I Never Was”. Available on all stores on 06-10-2022.”
‘The Villian I Never Was’ is a 14-track album that has only one feature; Burna Boy.
The album has tracks including, ‘The Homeless Song’, ‘Oil In My Head’, ’45’, ‘Prey Da Youngsta’, ‘Sad Boys Don’t Fold’, ‘Konongo Zongo’, ‘Waste Man’, ‘We Up’, ‘Toxic Love City’, ‘Don’t Forget Me’, and ‘Oh Paradise’.