Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif has reached another milestone.
This time, the break-out star has channelled his artistic prowess into a song for the upcoming blockbuster movie, Creed III.
American superstar J. Cole’s Dreamville Records is executive producing the soundtrack for Michael B. Jordan’s movie.
With the album set to arrive alongside the movie on March 3, one of the songs released by Dreamville on Wednesday is titled ‘Blood, Sweat & Tears’.
It was performed by American rapper Bas, Black Sherif and Nigerian producer Kel-P.
Dreamville has already shared the first single from the soundtrack featuring Dreamville artists J.I.D. and Lute dubbed ‘Ma Boy.’
Meanwhile, social media is already awash with reactions to the new song.
@Dreamville @Bas @blacksherif_ @kelpvibes created magic!!! 🔥🔥🔥— Industry Baby (@Ola_Ope) February 22, 2023
Black Sherif has been featured on the Creed III Soundtrack – Blood, Sweat & tears🔥💪🏾🙌🏾 🇬🇭 Blacko doesn’t disappoint with his voice and unique shout 🔥❤️ pic.twitter.com/BVP0ErHWkm— Girls Mirror 🇬🇭 (@girls_mirror) February 22, 2023
Black Sherif has been featured on Creed III the soundtrack with Bas and Kel-P. This is very huge for Blacko 🧳❤️ – title ; Blood,Sweat & Tears . pic.twitter.com/XkbFCByPHC— Mempeasem President (@AsieduMends) February 22, 2023
Char I just saw this and I must say this is the biggest collaboration in Ghana’s history 🔥🔥🔥✅✅✅ @blacksherif_ and @Dreamville and @creedmovie… this huge charlie pic.twitter.com/iyTa93qdTU— Rockson Soul🇺🇸🇬🇭🎥 (@RocksonSoul) February 22, 2023
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