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Sam Jonah, Ibrahim Mahama, others join Black Sherif to celebrate album release

It is not very often that one sees notable personalities cross carpets to celebrate milestones in other sectors.

But the events that followed Black Sherif’s album release have proven to be an exception.

The break-out star held an intimate cocktail party to celebrate the release of ‘The Villain I Never Was’ album.

Businessman Ibrahim Mahama had already been spotted in the Konongo-born musician’s company last week.

At the cocktail party on Sunday, he was present once again, this time with business mogul, Sir Sam Jonah.

Also at the event was Danquah Insitute founder, Gabby Otchere-Darko who sat with Mr Mahama and Sam Jonah.

Other musicians present were D Black and Sarkodie who shared some words of encouragement with the 20-year-old Blacko.

VGMA artiste of the decade, Sarkodie also tipped Black Sherif for more accolades in the future.

The album has already garnered 100 million plays on the music streaming service, Boomplay and made impressive waves on charts locally and internationally.

Mohammed Ismail Sherif Kwaku Frimpong as he is known outside music circles released his debut album on October 6, 2022.

He has been lauded for the 14-track project which had no features except for his already released Second Sermon Remix which had mentor and collaborator, Burna Boy on it.

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