Black Sherif Tops Ghanaian Digital Streaming Charts With ‘Kilos Milos’Black Sherif Dominates Ghanaian Digital Streaming Charts With ‘Kilos Milos’

The genre-defying singer from Ghana is still ruling the music scene; his new song “Kilos Milos” held the top spot concurrently on Boomplay, Audiomack, Apple Music, and YouTube for two weeks.

Within 24 hours of its release, the song topped all Ghanaian music charts, and it swiftly rose to the top of other charts throughout the continent, confirming his status as one of the region’s most promising musicians.

With its fashionable artist dressed like a rebel with an armored corset by CUNNINGZ, the song “Kilos Milos” became viral through its performance video.

Acclaimed for his distinct fusion of Afrobeat and Hip Hop, Black Sherif never fails to enthrall listeners with his unadulterated poetry. “Kilos Milos” demonstrates his versatility as an artist, building on the popularity of his critically praised street song “Shut Up” with forceful verses delivered over fascinating music by Kwame Agger and Joker Nharnah.

This year, Black Sherif plans to release his sophomore album, which he has been hinting at. He recently took home the Best Hip-Hop and Hip-Life Artiste title at the 25th Telecel Ghana Music Awards, and he was the main attraction at Afrofuture, one of the biggest festivals in Africa. In 2023, he was the second-most streamed musician worldwide according to Audiomack.

Born Mohammed Ismail Sharif Kwaku Frimpong, Black Sherif hails from Konongo in Ghana’s Ashanti Region and has defied all difficulties to become the biggest singer in the country.

Using a wide range of musical styles, including highlife, Afrobeats, and Ghanaian drill, he displays his wit, storytelling, and linguistic adaptability. Black Sherif’s international rise was fueled by the breakthrough success of “First Sermon” and “Second Sermon” in 2021, and “Kwaku The Traveller” cemented his celebrity status in 2022.

Black Sherif has established himself as one of Africa’s most significant creative voices since the release of his debut album, “The Villain I Never Was,” in 2022. He has racked up enormous global streaming figures since then. In 2022 and 2023, he was the most streamed musician from Ghana on Spotify, and he now holds the record for the most streamed artist from Ghana on Boomplay ever.

Black Sherif has accomplished these goals in record time and has been instrumental in introducing African music to a wider audience.

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