On ‘Second Sermon‘, the Konongo-based rapper and singer describes the struggles and hustle the majority of Ghanaian youths face before they make ends meet.
“I am just trying to describing 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 bless every young person on the street trying hard to make ends meet.”
On another verse of the song, Black Sherif pays tribute to his angel. 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).”
Second Sermon is a fusion of trap and highlife, produced by Stallion.
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Source: Ghana Music