“My dream was to be a spare parts dealer if I wasn’t successful at music” — Black Sherif

Fast-rising Ghanaian singer and rapper, Black Sherif says he would end up selling spare parts if he wasn’t successful at music.

He said this while speaking in an interview with Naa Ashorkor on Accra-based Asaase Radio monitored by Adepanews.com.

The ‘Second Sermon’ hit-maker said he would have joined his father at Konongo in the Ashanti Region where he hails from to operate his spare parts company if his music career hadn’t taken off.

“This is a successful company in Konongo, which is where I grew up. ‘If it hadn’t been for all that happened, I would have been working with my father, who runs a spare parts store, ” he said.

In an interview with Naa Ashorkor, he shared some words of wisdom for aspiring artists, saying, “I don’t believe in imitating others; I always encourage keeping genuine to oneself.” I don’t attempt to be like anyone else. “Throughout my life, I have strived to be the greatest version of myself because I feel there is more to discover about myself.”

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