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I would have joined my dad to sell spare parts if music failed me – Black Sherif

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Ghanaian rapper, Black Sherif definitely had plans for the future, if music had not worked out for him.

The rapper, who is currently enjoying attention from all over the world with his new hit track “Kweku the Traveller,” has revealed in an interview with Nana Ashorkor his backup plans if music had failed him.

According to Black Sherif, he enjoyed seeing his father work as a spare parts dealer in Konongo and might have ended up helping him out with the business if music had not worked out for him.

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“I would be in school or maybe I would have been working with my father. It was always my  dream as a child. My father is a spare parts dealer in Konongo and it was fun seeing them offloading goods, I used to help. So yeah, I would have joined him sell”

Watch interview  below;

 

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Black Sherif is currently sitting as the first Ghanaian to have his song climb to the number one spot on Apple Music, Nigeria barely two days after the release of “Kweku the Traveller.”

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