Black Sherif awarded a plaque from Boomplay over 2million streams
Talented teen musician, Black Sherif has received a plaque from Boomplay after his song reached two million streams.
According to him, the plaque will aid him to be discovered internationally aside from the massive views his music has gained from various streaming platforms.
Speaking in an interview with TV3 as monitored by SpotOnNews, Black Sherif stated after being in the industry the media streaming and download service, Boomplay, contacted him in 2019 when the demand for his song was highly elevated.
“We had a call from Boomplay that people were searching for the song,” he said.
According to Black Sherif, Boomplay has been of great contribution to his music career.
When asked if Boomplay finances his musical projects, he replied that he was not certain but there was a possibility.
He was of the conviction that he would receive more awards for his kind of music and noted that his “Second Sermon” had reached one million views on YouTube in five days of release.
The 19-year-old rapper made waves into the music industry when he released “Money” in 2019.