Black Sherif Earns Coveted BET Awards Nomination in Best International Flow Category

Black Sherif, continues to shine on the global stage as he secures a nomination at the 2023 BET Awards HIP Hop Edition.

The Ghanaian music sensation has been nominated in the highly coveted Best International Flow category, alongside an array of international talent.

Black Sherif’s inclusion in this category further cements his status as one of Africa’s most promising and celebrated musical talents. His remarkable journey from the local Ghanaian music scene to international recognition has been nothing short of inspiring.

Among his fellow nominees in the Best International Flow category are prominent artists from around the world, including AKA from South Africa, Central Cee representing the UK, Gazo hailing from France, J Hus also from the UK, K.O from South Africa, Major Rd representing Brazil, Ninho from France, Sampa The Great from Zambia, and Tasha and Tracie representing Brazil.

It’s worth noting that Ghana’s very own Sarkodie was the first musician in the world to ever win the prestigious BET Award for Best International Flow. With Black Sherif’s nomination, the hopes and aspirations of Ghanaians are riding high, as they eagerly anticipate the possibility of witnessing another victory on the global stage.

The 2023 BET Awards HIP Hop Edition is scheduled to take place in Atlanta on Tuesday, October 3rd, and will subsequently premiere on BET on October 10th. As Black Sherif gears up for this exciting opportunity, the entire nation is rallying behind him, sending their well-wishes and support as he competes with international heavyweights in the Best International Flow category.

Black Sherif’s journey, from local acclaim to international recognition, continues to inspire countless aspiring artists and serves as a testament to the boundless possibilities that await those with exceptional talent and unwavering dedication to their craft. All eyes are now on October 3rd, as Ghana eagerly awaits the results of this thrilling nomination.

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