Ghanaian musician Black Sherif is ready to jump on a beat with Ghanaian Gospel musician and Worship Leader Piesie Esther.
Speaking in a recent interview on Hitz FM, the multiple award-winning musician expressed his readiness to work on a song with the gospel musician.
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He said he already does Gospel music but a blend of the street taste and jargon. Black Sherif who can boast of a rich discography cited ‘Oil In My Head’ and ‘Soldier’ as a few of his songs that contain a few of the Gospel music elements and hence can be considered Gospel music.
“I’ll be there because I already do gospel songs. ‘Oil In My Head’ is a Gospel song, and so is ‘Soldier’.” He pointed out, “Most of the songs I do are Gospel but street Gospel, so we are already in the gospel fraternity but street department.”
Black Sherif’s comment comes after the ‘Waye My Yie’ singer communicated her interest in having him on a gospel-inspired song during an interview on Hitz FM.
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Piesie Esther tipped Black Sherif as an artiste who is blessed with vocal prowess capable of propagating the word of God in songs.
“He has that kind of powerful voice. I love his voice. It is my wish that someday he will come and join me in Gospel,” Piesie Esther expressed during the show.
Black Sherif won four awards at the just-ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards including the Overall Artiste Of The Year whereas Piesie Esther won two awards including the Gospel Artiste Of The Year though they were both contending for the coveted award which she forfeited to him.
Having the Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Artiste Of The Year and the Gospel Artiste Of The Year would produce a blockbuster record for both the Gospel music lovers and the secular music lovers.