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Black Sherif enskinned as Nachin Naa in Temale



Black Sherif enskinned as Nachin Naa in Temale

Black Sherif, the singer has been enskinned as the youth chief title “Nachin Naa,” making him Temale’s new chief.

His new title in the neighborhood translates to “Youth Chief.”

In a little video, the artist can be seen accepting a smock from local elders.

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The Villain I Never Was is a recent album by Black Sherif with fourteen songs.

His transformation from a young Muslim from the mining town of Konongo to a globally renowned artist is both painful and thrilling, as shown in the project’s main tracks, “45” and “Soja.”

On The Villain I Never Was, Black Sherif blends cultures to create his own world using his native Twi and narrative talent together with “asakaa” (the Ghanian version of the common drill sound), Afrobeats, and other musical genres.

Black Sherif, who already has millions of listens worldwide thanks to songs like “Kwaku The Traveller” and “Second Sermon,” is proud to release his first full-length album and make his US debut on November 6th at Elsewhere in New York City.

Mohammed Ismail Sharrif, who was born on January 9th, 2002, was nurtured in Ghana’s Ashanti Region in Konongo-Zongo, his hometown.

At the age of ten, Black Sherif lived with his aunt and other members of his extended family while both of his parents continued to work abroad. He was exposed to several influences and other civilizations at a very young age as a result of his itinerant existence.

He completed his secondary school at Kumasi Academy, where he developed a liking in music and dancing, after receiving his basic education at Konongo Zongo Islamic Basic School.

He attended the University of Professional Studies (UPSA) in the past and is now enrolled at the University of Ghana.

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Wicked Queen J Achieves Academic Excellence In Denmark




Revered Ghanaian musician, Wicked Queen J, based in Denmark, has made a remarkable achievement in the academic realm, successfully completing her two-year program in Pharmaceutical and Psychology at ‘Sosuh’, one of Denmark’s most prestigious secondary education and vocational schools specializing in health sciences.

With flying colors, Wicked Queen J has demonstrated her intellectual prowess and dedication to excellence, excelling in a rigorous course that combined the in-depth study of pharmaceuticals, psychology, and related laws. Her comprehensive training encompasses managing and caring for mental health disorders, authorization law, psychopath law, sympathetic law, medical laws, and service laws, showcasing her unwavering commitment to making a meaningful impact in the healthcare sector.

As part of her professional development, Wicked Queen J will undertake a four-month service at the esteemed Psychological Institute Psychiatric Hospital, honing her skills and expertise before commencing full-time service at the same hospital, contributing to the nation’s healthcare sector.

Notably, despite her demanding academic schedule, Wicked Queen J continued to nurture her music career, releasing the chart-topping anthem “I Kill For 2” featuring Yaa Pono and Natty Lee, which remains a staple on radio and music outlets, showcasing her artistic versatility and talent.

To celebrate this milestone, Wicked Queen J’s hit single “I Kill For 2” is available below.

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Hundreds Thrilled At Atarah Praise 24 Hosted By Prophet Joseph Atarah




Hundreds turned up at this year’s Atarah Praise held at the forecourt of the Believers Grace Crown Ministries International at Adenta Barrier last weekend.

The event held under the theme, “Praising God for his acts of power Psalm 150:1” is an annual event aimed at winning souls for the Kingdom of God.

Prior to the main performances, an op­portunity was given to some amazing young singers to minister to the gathering. This saw Mag Narh, Anointed Michael, Nana Kwarte­maa, Richard and West African Senior High Choir mesmerise the gathering.

Patrons enjoyed unforgettable minis­trations from gospel heavyweights such as Patience Nyarko, Lady Prempeh, Akesse Brempong, Jack Alolomi, Mabel Okyere, Piesie Esther and Empress Gifty.

They took patrons through some of their amazing compositions and rocked them with some unstoppable praises.

The time everyone was waiting for came, when the man of the moment, Prophet Atarah took his turn on the big stage.

Clad in Blue and Yellow Military-like apparel, Prophet Atarah proved why he is the singing prophet.

He performed songs from his repertoire including ‘Woye Odo’ together with Piesie Esther.

Prophet Atarah expressed his appreciation to all for their diverse support in making the programme a success.


@Prophet Joseph Atarah performs Woye Odo with @piesieestherofficial at Atarah Praise 24 #wyseshots

♬ original sound – Wyse Shots GH

By Edem Mensah-Tsotorme

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