Musician Black Sherif has disclosed that he used to see himself in his dreams performing at musical events when he was in primary school. Black Sherif performaning at 3music Awards 2022 He contended that his dream has come to pass as he is now living it. I remember primary six or seven I used to see me in my dreams on stage performing and now Im out there performing. The artiste said this on a Twitter Space where he was asked to advise someone who have big dreams but cannot see beyond their crippling circumstances. He indicated that such a person should believe that you can be whoever you want to be.
Black Sherif pointed out that anyone with big aspirations must optimally use the tools available to them at the moment. He noted that this is better than merely wishing for better circumstances. With the small resources that you have you dont need everything in the world you can start with that. The 20-year-old whose song Kwaku The Traveller has topped global charts urged anyone striving for the best to keep going but more importantly to be careful too. Of course you actually have to be careful. My daddy always tells me this – be careful. And I have seen stuff that make also be like be careful. Its rough. Its not always smooth. Its very rough.
The Twitter Space Black Sherif made these comments on was dubbed Twitter Voices Africa To The World. Twitter created the hashtag to celebrate African achievement and its penetration to the world according to the host of the space Amin. Influential voices on the social platform who were speakers on the space included; Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson Bisa Butler an African American artist with roots in Northern Ghana. Mr Eze who works at Empire Record Label and Asake a Nigerian singer also shared their works.