We say this with our full chest because Burna Boy the African Giant has been seen catching cruise with Black Sherif's 'second sermon' song.
Burna Boy jams to Black Sherif's 'Second Sermon' (WATCH)
In case you aren't aware, this is a reminder that Black Sherif's sermons have crossed borders and it has reached Grammy award-winning acts as well.
The Nigerian singer showing off his style drip, sneakers, ripped denim jeans with his Richard Mille watch over his jewels and shirt, before stepping out for an event, has been filmed, in the video below, happily 'vibing' to the chart-topping Ghanaian song.
Black Sherif released his 'Second Sermon' on 16 July 2021 and it became an instant monster hit as music lovers praise him for his unique style whilst others were moved by the message in the sermon.
The video to the song gathered 1 million views on YouTube 5 days after its release and currently, it has crossed 5 million views. The song came as a second version to the first one he released titled 'First Sermon'.
With the success of the song, fans have been anticipating the third sermon as the new music icon plans on dropping his debut E.P, hence, warming the path with his sermons.
In August, the trap performer also emerged as the most-streamed musician on Ghana YouTube after beating off competition from Sarkodie, Mona4Reall, and Nigeria’s Wizkid, Guchi and Mercy Chinwo.
The new hip-hop sensation, who has been trending ever since the release of “Second Sermon,” has garnered over 2.3million streams on his YouTube channel in August alone.
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