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Black Sherif receives Boomplay plaque for amassing 300 Million+ Streams with debut album

Black Sherif Receives Boomplay Plaque
Black Sherif receives Boomplay plaque

Ghanaian artist Black Sherif continues to make waves in the music industry as he receives an impressive plaque from Africa’s premier music streaming platform, Boomplay.

Black Sherif has achieved a remarkable feat by amassing a record-breaking total of 300 million streams for his music catalogue and his debut album “The Villain I Never Was.”

This accomplishment establishes Black Sherif as the most streamed Ghanaian artist on Boomplay and “The Villain I Never Was” as the most streamed Ghanaian album on the platform. These achievements highlight the artist’s phenomenal journey, from his beginnings as a music fan to becoming a trailblazing figure in the industry.

Black Sherif Boomplay 300 Million
Black sherif boomplay 300 million

Oliver Ameyedowo, Artist Relations Manager at Boomplay Ghana, presented the plaque to Black Sherif. Reflecting on his journey, Black Sherif expressed his gratitude to his fans for their unwavering support and dedication. He credited his fans for his rapid rise and success, emphasizing that their energy and streaming efforts have played a significant role in his accomplishments.

Black Sherif’s meteoric rise to fame began with his viral hit “First Sermon,” which propelled him into the mainstream spotlight. Subsequent releases, including “Second Sermon” and “Kwaku the Traveller,” further solidified his position in the industry. His debut album “The Villain I Never Was,” released on October 6, 2022, received critical acclaim and garnered massive attention.

Paul Azumah-Ayitey, Communications and Public Relations Manager for Africa at Boomplay, highlighted the platform’s commitment to supporting African artists and their journeys. He praised Black Sherif’s talent and meteoric rise, reaffirming Boomplay’s dedication to celebrating milestones achieved by artists.

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