Ghanaian highlife singer, Black Sherif has earned a nomination in the Best International Flow category at this year’s 2023 BET Hip Hop Awards.
This is the second time that the 24th VGMA Artiste of the Year award winner has been nominated in the prestigious BET awards scheme, after narrowly missing out on the prize to France’s Benjamin Epps last year.
The competition this time around is fierce, with talented artists from around the world vying for the coveted award.
Black Sherif aka Blacko, who recently won an award at the 2023 Headies awards, faces stiff competition from the likes of the late AKA and K.O from South Africa; Sampa The Great from Zimbabwe; Gazo from France; Central Cee and J Hus from the UK; Major Rd, Ninho, and Tasha & Tracie representing Brazil.
This year’s event, hailed as a celebration of 50 years of hip-hop culture, is scheduled to take place in Atlanta on October 3, 2023.
The anticipation grows as music enthusiasts and Black Sherif’s loyal fanbase eagerly awaits the outcome.
As the news of Black Sherif’s nomination keeps spreading like wildfire, his influence on young artists becomes increasingly apparent.
His journey from the small town of Asante-Akyem Konongo to becoming an international sensation served as an inspiration to aspiring musicians across the globe.
Since his introduction to the music scene, Black Sherif has experienced an upward trajectory like no other.
Cementing his status as the 24th VGMA Artiste of the Year, he continues to make significant strides in solidifying his presence not only in Ghana but also on the international stage.
To have secured the sole Ghanaian nomination at the prestigious BET Hip Hop Awards is a testament to Black Sherif’s growing international relevance.
It signifies the impact he has made and the global recognition he has earned through his sheer talent and lyrical prowess.
Source: George Awiadem Maclean | BieGyaNation.Com