All Black Sherif fans should fasten their belts for a new hit because they could have a possible collaboration coming their way.
Nigeria musician Burna Boy has posted a video of himself singing a verse laced with the instrumentals of Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon‘.
Many fans who have seen the video seem to think it is the ‘African Giant’s way of hinting at a possible remix of the hit song released in July.
For music lovers, a remix of ‘Second Sermon’ will not be a surprise since Burna Boy, on numerous occasions, has been seen publicly acknowledging the work of the Konongo-born rapper.
In early September, he was seen in another Instagram video flaunting his swagger in the company of the same song as he murmured the lyrics.
Later in the month, he was seen in a near-dim room while passing time with Blacko’s most recent hit-song playing loudly in the background.
Not only did the Grammy-award-winning artiste let the song play, but he sang along verbatim.
Following the recent video, a fan tweeted, “almost asked Blacko if there was going to be a remix to the second sermon with Burna but seems my question is answered.”
Another who could not wait to hear the song added “massive banger coming.”
About ‘Second Sermon’
‘Second Sermon’ was released in July this year to a resounding reception, cementing Blacko’s name as a game-changer among the new-schoolers in the music industry.
The rapper cum songwriter delves deeper into the struggles of the Ghanaian youth. He shed some light on the shackles of street life, which may just be the one that seals the deal for the saviour, Blacko.
Speaking on the rationale behind the song, Blacko said; “This is me sending a message to my people at home (Konongo). I also dedicated this one to my Angel, Sister Mariama (RIP).”
Black Sherif further explained that he just tries to describe “the day-to-day lifestyle of my boys on the streets. It took me so much courage to voice this out, but this is our truth. I don’t speak for only myself, I pray God blesses every young person on the street trying hard to make ends meet.”