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Black Sherif will never compose a diss track - here is why

By Fareeda Abdul Aziz
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Ghanaian Afrobeat, Trap musician Black Sherif aka Blacko has revealed that he will never create a 'diss' song.

According to Blacko, he will rather channel all his energy into making more money for himself than creating a 'diss' song.

A diss song is when you create a song for a particular person just to insult or make a mockery of them.

Speaking on ABN Radio One, Blacko explained that there are other more pressing things on his mind other than talking about people in his songs.

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The ‘Second Sermon’ crooner maintained that even if he’s to make a song of that sort, it won’t be like he’s singing about someone but rather a single that will keep him at the top.

He went on to say that he only troubles those who worry him, but most often he turns a blind eye to layback comments from people.

Black Sheriff began his music career in 2019, releasing his first single ‘Money’ which had over 2 million streams on Boom Play.

Some of his other songs include ‘First Sermon’, ‘Destiny’, and ‘Ankonam'.

He recently worked with Nigerian rapper Burna Boy on the remix of his song the 'Second Sermon'.