“I feel like Black Sherif is rough,” says Cecelia Marfo, expressing her love for the artist.

The gifted rapper Black Sherif has garnered the adoration of Cecelia Marfo, a gospel singer from Ghana.

 

"I feel like Black Sherif is rough," says Cecelia Marfo, expressing her love for the artist.
“I feel like Black Sherif is rough,” says Cecelia Marfo, expressing her love for the artist.

Cecelia Marfo claims that “Soja,” a song by Black Sherif that talks to her soul so profoundly that it makes her cry every time she hears it, is her favorite song.

In a recent interview with Accra-based OKAY FM, the Woman of God talked passionately about the song’s influence, saying, “I cried when I listened to his ‘Soja’ song.” I expressed to my hubby how moving the song was.”

Cecelia Marfo went on, “I like Black Sherif,” expressing her love for the spiritual link of Black Sherif. I will even want to pray for him because I am a fan of his. Who declared, “I know Christ for myself; I don’t know Christ.”

The singer from Afunumba continued by disputing the idea of secular music, claiming that, in her opinion, it does not exist in the present music industry. She thinks that via their artistic endeavors, all artists are enhancing society and improving people’s lives.

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