Black Sherif’s “Second Sermon” is arguably the biggest hit in Ghana right now. The Ghanaian Stallion-produced song has topped the charts barely two week after release.
And the visuals, which was directed by Jeneral Jay, has also hit the milestone of almost 2.6 million views, cementing his new status as an A-list artiste!
One reason for the blockbuster success of “Second Sermon” is its meaningful lyrics — a complete deviation from the usual raps about women and riches.
In the song, which highlights the struggles of the youth on the streets, Blacko — real name Mohammed Ismail Sherif — mentioned one Auntie Merie name, saying she doesn’t know the kind of life he’s living on the streets of Accra and if he had to share everything with her, she might be worried.
Blacko later revealed in interviews after the release of the song that Auntie Merie is his biological mother who is currently based outside the country.
Standupgh has now chanced on a photo of Black Sherif’s mother Auntie Merie from a screenshot from a video call with Blacko.
Check below for the photo of Black Sherif’s mother