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‘I Was 19 Just Two Years Ago And People Don’t Want To See My Mistakes Anymore – Black Sheriff



Award-winning Ghanaian singer Black Sherif has finally opened up about his sudden claim to fame, and growing up in the public eye.

According to Black Sheriff, growing up in the public eye is very difficult because people expect him to be nothing other than perfect.
In an exclusive interview with Larry Madowo on CNN, the Ghanaian musician shed light on how he emerged to become a recognized act in the music scene at age 19.
Narrating further on growing up as a mainstream musician, Blacko said that being in the limelight as a 19-year-old some two years ago has been very tough for him.
“People do not want to see you make mistakes no more. It is hard. I am like the leading actor in my life only. So, I try to do what is best for me,” he said.
Blacko also noted that only his relatives and those close to him knew he could sing, and according to him, being in the limelight on an international level really surprised him.
The “Paradise” hitmaker made it clear that he sometimes gets blown away by how people know his music whenever he travels outside the country.
He reiterated that a month after the release of his first album, “The Villain I Never Was”, he performed in the United Kingdom, and the fans sang his songs from start to finish.
Providing details on what inspires his craft, he said“ My feelings are my art. When I am crying, I make music. When I am happy, I make music. When I am confused, I make music.”

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