Black Sherif, the B.E.T award-winning artist and current VGMA “Artiste of the Year,” has disclosed his plan to return to school to study fashion. In a tweet, he announced that after releasing his upcoming album, he is determined to go back to school to acquire skills in clothing design.
The reigning VGMA “Artiste of the year” took to his Twitter page to announce that following the release of his new upcoming album, he intends to go back to school and learn how to make clothes. “Need to get this album out and go back to school to learn how to make clothes,” he wrote.
While Black Sherif’s intention to study fashion was welcomed, his fans were more enthused about the album which they can’t wait for.
Black Sherif’s rose to fame in 2021 with the release of ‘First Sermon’ in May, followed by ‘Second Sermon’ in July, which later received a remix featuring Grammy-winning Nigerian artiste Burna Boy.
Black Sherif’s style is rare in the Ghanaian music scene, but that’s not the only exciting feature. The calculated efforts to present looks that mirror the superstar’s sonic depth and diversity cannot be ignored. While many have criticized his fashion sense and called it weird, I will define his style as simple and stylish, albeit evocative.
Despite criticism, Black Sherif’s style, often labeled as “weird,” is better described as simple and stylish, evoking a sense of depth and diversity that complements his musical identity. This revelation provides a glimpse into the artist’s multifaceted persona as he continues to evolve in both his music and personal interests.