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Black Sherif’s “The Villain I Never Was” Album Achieves Over 1 Billion Streams

Black Sherif’s ‘The Villain I Never Was’ Surpasses 1 Billion Streams Across 4 Digital Platforms

Ghanaian sensation Black Sherif has made history with his debut album, “The Villain I Never Was,” surpassing a remarkable milestone of over 1 billion streams across various digital platforms. The album, released on October 6, 2022, has garnered widespread acclaim and solidified Black Sherif’s position as a rising star in the music industry.

The 14-track debut album showcases Black Sherif’s versatility as he skillfully weaves personal stories over a diverse range of musical genres, including Hip-hop, Pop, Hiplife, Reggae, and Highlife. This multifaceted approach has resonated with audiences, contributing to the album’s exceptional streaming success.

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The feat was achieved across four major digital streaming platforms, with Spotify accounting for 125 million streams, Boomplay for 341 million, YouTube for 102 million, and Audiomack for an impressive 441 million streams. This remarkable achievement underscores Black Sherif’s widespread appeal and the global impact of his music.

Notably, “The Villain I Never Was” has been celebrated for its compelling tracks, with standout hits including “Oil In My Head,” “45,” “Konongo Zongo,” “Soja,” “Kwaku the Traveller,” and the “Second Sermon Remix.” The album’s ability to resonate with listeners and its diverse musical influences have contributed to its widespread success.

Black Sherif’s debut album has not only garnered massive streaming figures but has also received critical acclaim and industry recognition. The 2023 BET Award winner has become the first Ghanaian artist to achieve over 1 billion streams for a debut album, marking a significant milestone in his burgeoning career.