HISTORY SHERIFF THE KWEKU FRIMPONG
Sherif Ismail Mohammed Ismail Mohammed Sherif Ismail Mohammed Sherif Ghanaian musician and entertainer Kwaku Frimpong, well known by his stage name Black Sherif, hails from Konongo, Ghana. His birthday is January 9, 2002. He gained widespread recognition after the release of his street hymn “Second Sermon” in July 2021. His song “Kwaku the Traveller,” which was released in March 2022, reached the top of the charts on Apple Music in Ghana and Nigeria.
Sherif Mohammed Ismail Sherif Mohammed Ismail Ismail Mohammed Sherif Ghanaian musician and performer Kwaku Frimpong, better known by his stage name Black Sherif, is headquartered in Konongo, Ghana. He gained widespread recognition after the release of his street hymn “Second Sermon” in July 2021.
Ghana, Konongo, 9 January 2002
In Ghana’s Ashanti area, Konongo is a small mining community that produces gold bars and manganese. The town serves as the Asante Akim Central Municipality’s administrative hub. As of 2012, Konongo’s settlement was home to 41,238 people. The distance between Konongo and Kumasi, the capital of Ashanti, is around 53 kilometers.
Black Sherif was raised in Konongo, a town in Ghana’s Ashanti Region. He graduated from Kumasi Academy with a second cycle education and is currently[when?] enrolled in the University of Professional Studies (UPSA).
The 3Music Awards presentation’s iconic Black Sherif performance has become the latest trend on social media.
In 2021, he participated in the Accra Hearts of Oak vs. Ashanti Gold SC MTN FA Cup final performance.
A visit from Kendrick Lamar