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Black Sherif is the most-streamed artist on YouTube in August, beating Sarkodie & others

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Black Sherif, a Ghanaian hip-hop/trap artist, has surpassed Sarkodie, Mona4Reall, and Nigeria’s Wizkid, Guchi, and Mercy Chinwo to become the most-streamed musician on Ghana YouTube.

The new hip-hop sensation, whose official video for “Second Sermon” has been trending for weeks, has racked up over 2.3 million streams on his YouTube channel in August alone.

He is followed by Mona4Reall, a rising afro-pop songstress who is also trending with her latest music video for “Baby,” which features Shatta Wale. In August, she received more than a million views.

Sarkodie comes in second with 1.04 million views. He is currently trending with his “No Pressure” album and two music videos from the album, which could explain his high numbers.

With 439k views and 434k views, respectively, Kumerican star Yaw Tog and reigning Vodafone Ghana Music Awards “Artiste of the Year” Diana Hamilton made the list.
On the list were four Nigerian artists: Omah Lay, Wizkid, Guchi, and Mercy Chinwo.

This is a significant victory for Black Sherif, given that his most recent song has a reverberating effect on his older songs, and his influence may have an impact on his next project.

According to him, another episode of his “Sermons” will be released soon.

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