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[Video] Black Sherif Emotionally Confirms ‘Oh Paradise’ Is A Tribute To His Late SHS Girlfriend

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Ghanaian music sensation, Black Sherif, born Mohammed Ismail Sheriff, has finally confirmed his track, “Oh Paradise’ was written in memory of his senior high school girlfriend, Clementina Konadu, and all other students who lost their lives while in school.


According to him, the song was also written in memory of close family relatives who lost their lives along the way.


Black Sherif on Tuesday, October 6, 2022 released his first album, “The Villain I Never was”.


The “Villain I Never Was” album, which has 14 great tracks, features the remix of his popular breakthrough song, “Second Sermon’ which features Burna Boy.

It also has the new hit single, Soja which was released on September 22, 2022 and is also making waves on the internet.


Other tracks on the album are the homeless song, oil in my head, 45, prey da youngsta, sad boys don’t fold, Konongo Zongo, wasteman, we up, toxic love city, don’t forget me, oh paradise and Kwaku the traveller.

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Right after releasing the album, social media users started linking the ‘Oh paradise’ to the death of his girlfriend.

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Speaking on Agyenkwa 101.9 FM, a sister station of Atinka 104.7 FM, with B Ice, host of Adwuma Mmere, Black Sherif admitted that his then-girlfriend died for real.

It will be recalled that eleven students of Kumasi Academy (KUMACA) Senior High School at Asokore Mampong, near Kumasi, died following a disease outbreak in 2017.

He confirmed that Tina, as he affectionately called her, was among the students who died during the outbreak.

“In 2017, we had some issues in the school, and through that, we lost our loved ones. She died for real. She was my girlfriend. “It was just a high school girlfriend that we met and chatted ,” he said.

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He also stated that when Tina died, his friends thought he would write the song since he was known for his song-writing skills, but it took him three years to write the tribute.

Meanwhile, he said nothing discourages him from doing music, saying that he always moves on even when something happens to him, he will still do music.


“I do not allow anything to discourage me, if something discourages me, where will I go to?. All I do is music, I do not do anything apart from music; it is my business and it is my life. “Nothing breaks me down. Even if something breaks me down, I will still go back to music,” he said.

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When asked what could be done for the growth of the Ghanaian Music industry, he prayed the people to keep supporting Artistes so that they can expand.



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