Black Sherif’s growing popularity has seen Grammy award winner of Nigerian descent Burna Boy jamming to his Second Sermon song with his usual big swag.
Evidently, Burna Boys wishes he sing the song word for word as he struggled to move his lips to the rhythm of Second Sermon but since music is a universal language, he could not resist jamming to it even though he does not understand the language used in there.
Similarly, Black Sherif was recently spotted with Africa’s finest diva Tiwa Savage prompting speculations that there could be a collabo in the offing.
The broad smile on Black Sherif’s face as the Nigerian singer vibed to her song is one of the coolest things you could stumble upon on the internet.
We have no idea where the short meeting took place but it seems the young rapper who has seen a meteoric rise in his career after he dropped his First Sermon and Second Sermon singles, Tiwa Savage has warmed up to his groove and is ready to have a joint project with him.
In other news shared by www.wothappen.com, Ghanaian actress Jasmine Baroudi has spoken to Graphic Showbiz sharing her opinion about the declining state of the movie industry. She said;
“Some of the cast that the directors use, I would not call them actors or actresses. Acting is not just about reciting or what we call chew and pour. You need to understand what you are doing, you need to understand the story, you need to understand your role.
“When you come on set, you need to put your person aside and put yourself in the character you are playing. These new actors need to take the job seriously, it’s not about putting on nice clothes and speaking big English. They need to be prepared for it mentally, physically and emotionally.
“You might be going through something but no one cares when you come on set, you may be sad but if your role demands that you burst out laughing, you should be able to do so. And they should come really prepared because the competition is really tough,” she told the Graphic Showbiz.