In an interview on Peace FM early this morning, Mohammed Ismail Sharif, better known as Black Sheriff, a Ghanaian musician and performer from Konongo who rose to fame with his street anthem “Second Sermon”, released in July 2021, and increased his familiarity with Soja and his current debut album (The Verllian I never was), said that it is not the right time for him to buy a car.
He views his current income as a source of stability from which he can reinvest in his music video and
continue to hone his skill. I don’t have the funds to purchase an automobile. He claimed that since he has not yet made the decision to buy one, he is not comparing himself to those who have achieved success in the field.
Speaking to the audience, he explained that the song was intended to simply inform the zongo’s residents of his many hardships.
The “konongo song He said is to tell the zongo that this is where he has gotten but it not easy.
WATCH FULL INTERVIEW HERE