Black Sherif, a musician from Ghana, has been put forward for this year’s BET award. The name of the music phenomenon was noted in the category for “Best International Flow” award, where he anticipates winning the prestigious prize.
After rapper Sarkodie won the same title in 2019, the “Kwaku The Traveller” hitmaker is the second Ghanaian to receive a nomination for it.
Black Sherif beat competition from Falz (Nigeria), Ghetts (U.K.), Kalash (France), Lil Simz (U.K.), Nasty C (South Africa) and Tory Lanez (Canada).
Black Sherif, however, is up against tough competition from other artists this year from Europe, Africa, and the Americas.
He will square off against South Africans Blxckie and Nadia Nakai, Frenchmen Benjamin Epps and Le Juiice, Britishmen Central Cee and Knucks, Canadians Haviah Mighty, and Brazilians Tasha and Tracie.
At Atlanta’s Energy Performing Arts Center on September 30, 2022, the BET Hip Hop Awards 2022 will be broadcast.