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Gyakie And Black Sherif Have Been Buried – Blakk Rasta

Abubakar Ahmed, widely known as Black Rasta, a celebrated Ghanaian reggae musician, appears to have gotten over the Black Sherif and Black Rasta craze that comes with their reign.

Gyakie and Black Sherif, according to the radio host, have left the scene and their presence in the Ghanaian music industry is now lifeless.

He made the statement in response to the rave reviews of Nigerian artiste Teckno’s Buga song, which has taken over the airwaves and music charts, sinking songs such as Black Sherif’s “Kwaku the Traveler.”

In an interview with Blogger Attractive Mustapha, the “Barack Obama” hitmaker stated that Ghanaians’ attitude of “forcing fruits to ripen” is a problem, and that talents are not nurtured efficiently for the industry.

“Where is Gyakie right now, are you still hearing about Gyakie, you are an entertainment writer look at the hype they gave to Gyakie and now she is nowhere to be found,” Black Rasta stated as reported by Ghanaweb.

When the Blogger retorted that no artist can stay at the top forever, Black Rasta said that adage does not apply to new artists who enter the scene and die off after a year or two.

According to Black Sherif, it is a mistake for industry players to compare the “Kwaku Frimpong” star, who is still in his early stages in the entertainment industry, to experienced and matured musicians.

He stated once again that the Nigerian song Buga has buried Black Sherif’s “Kwaku the Traveler,” and that people have forgotten about him and are now dancing to Buga everywhere.

“Ghanaians have abandoned ‘Kwaku the Traveler’ in favor of the Buga song,” he explained.




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