Ghanaian music sensation, Black Sherif, has secured a spot on Audiomack’s prestigious top 10 most streamed African artistes list for the year 2023, ranking 9th on the esteemed roster. Audiomack annually publishes this list to acknowledge and appreciate the achievements and influence of the featured artists in the year under review.
The top spot on the list was claimed by Seyi Vibes, followed by Asake, Burna Boy, Mohbad, Omah Lay, Davido, Zinoleesky, Kizz Daniel, and Bella Shmurda in that order, with Black Sherif rounding out the top 10.
Black Sherif, also known as Mohammed Ismail Sherif, commenced his music career in 2019 with the song “Cry for Me” and gained widespread recognition in 2021 with his tracks “First Sermon” and “Second Sermon”. However, his breakthrough moment arrived in March 2022 with the release of his hit single “Kwaku the Traveller”, which soared to the number 1 position on the Ghanaian and Nigerian Apple Music charts.
In October 2022, he unveiled his debut album, “The Villain I Never Was”, featuring standout tracks such as “45” and “Soja”. Throughout his career, Black Sherif has collaborated with esteemed artists including Sarkodie, Stormzy, Burna Boy, Larry Gaaga, and more.
His remarkable talent and impact have also been recognized through various accolades, including the Best Hip Hop award at the Soundcity MVP Awards in 2023. Black Sherif is widely regarded as one of the most promising and talented musicians in Africa.
The news of Black Sherif’s inclusion in Audiomack’s top 10 most streamed African artistes list for 2023 further cements his position as a rising star in the music industry, and his continued success is eagerly anticipated by fans and industry insiders alike.