Ghanaian superstar Black Sherif references anxiety and inferiority on ‘Soja’: Stream

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As Black Sherif, the fast-rising Ghanaian star musician (20), openly battles anxiety and inferiority on his latest musical release, ‘Soja’, the artist is in a new space that feels surreal.

“Something wey I dey chase/For years back in the day/If you told me I would see this flag waving/I won’t believe you”


Photo: Instagram

Throughout the three-minute visual, an animated version of the ‘Kwaku the Traveller’ singer calmly walks with confidence, seen as a juxtaposition of his lyrics. Check out the official visualiser below to hear how Black Sherif feels about everything occurring in his new life.

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