French Ligue 1 Side, Clermont Team Players Jam To Black Sherif’s “Second Sermon” After Victory [Video]
A video has popped up on social media that captures the moment French Ligue 1 Side, Clermont players were jamming to the “Second Sermon” tune composed by the newest Hiplife sensation, Black Sherif.
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After the release of his ”Second Sermon”, Black Sherif became the hottest musician in the scene following the enormous success of his songs on music streaming platforms. He received a lot of recommendations from so many international stars as well as broke into the global scenes with his craft.
In the latest video sighted on IG, the French Ligue 1 Side, Clermont football club players were seen excitingly jamming to the hit song after their victory in a game. The players were seen singing the song word-for-word after triumphing over season regulars, Lille.
Watch the video below:
In other news, Ghanaian Entertainment pundit and event planner, Whitney Boakye Mensah has described Brother Sammy, the Nation Worshipper as an entertainer and not a gospel artist as he claims to be.
During an interview on the United Showbiz aired on United TV with Abeiku Santana, Whitney stated that Brother Sammy will only be accepted as an entertainer and not a gospel musician because his norms do not conform to that of the gospel fraternity.
Her comments came after Brother Sammy recorded a remix version of Yaw Tog’s “Sore” hit song, delivering some gospel lines in it yet many condemned him for recording a secular song while being a gospel artist.