Poco Lee Was The Person Who Played My Song For Burna Boy – Black Sherif

Fast-rising Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Black Sherif has spoken about his rise to stardom and especially how he got a collaboration with Burna Boy.

Black Sherif is currently one of the most sorts after talents in the entertainment industry with his songs making wave across all streaming platforms.

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The Ghanaian singer who is not showing any signs of slowing down ensured that fans got a remix to his hit song, ‘Second Sermon’ by collaborating with Burna Boy.

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Fans were excited with the collaboration and it has been well received on all streaming platforms.

Speaking in a recent interview, Black Sherif has now revealed how he met Burna Boy before they collaborated on the new song.

Black Sherif revealed that Nigerian dancer, Poco Lee, played a huge role in his meeting with Burna Boy.

According to him, Poco Lee played his songs for Burna Boy who enjoyed it and agreed to do the remix.

Black Sherif also shared some details about his music career as he tends to continue singing at the highest level.

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