Puff Daddy: Top American star calls for collaboration with Black Sherif
Puff Daddy Born Sean John Combs on November 4, 1969, Sean Love Combs is an American rapper, songwriter, record executive, and entrepreneur.
He is also known as Diddy, Diddy, and Puffy. Sean Love Combs was born in New York City. He was born in New York City, he started his career in the music industry by working as a talent director for Uptown Records before launching his own record label, Bad Boy Records, in 1993.
It has come to light that American rapper and entrepreneur Puff Daddy has expressed an interest in working with Ghanaian music gem Black Sherif. This information has been made public.
Kelvin Mensah, also known as PJKev, is an entrepreneur and jet broker, and he made this statement.
The African-American entrepreneur stated in an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz that Diddy had called him and asked him to put him in touch with Black Sherif’s management for the purpose of a potential joint venture. Diddy’s request was made in reference to a potential business partnership.
He mentioned that Black Sherif’s group did respond to him, but he did not know how their conversation came to an end or if they wanted to collaborate with each other.
Get to know Black Sherif
Mohammed Ismail Sherif was the one. Kwaku Frimpong is a Ghanaian musician and performer hailing from Konongo, Ghana. He was born on January 9, 2002, but is better known by his stage name, Black Sherif.
He became well known to the general public after the release of his street anthem “Second Sermon” in July of 2021. His single “Kwaku the Traveller,” which was released in March 2022, topped the Apple Music charts in both Ghana and Nigeria at number one.
The Black Sherif spent his childhood in the town of Konongo, which is located in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. After finishing the second cycle of his education at Kumasi Academy, he is now enrolled in the third cycle at the University of Professional Studies.