Black sheriff wins First Bet Awards for Best International Flow at 2023 Hip-hop Awards.
Black Sherif won the “Best International Flow” BET award at the recently concluded 2023 Hip Hop Awards, giving him his first BET honor.
At the 2023 BET Hip Hop Awards, however the two-time nominee was nominated in the Best International Flow category.
Black Sherif won the prize by defeating nine other rappers. Aka and K.O from South Africa, moreover Sampa The Great from Zimbabwe, and Aka are three of his rivals from Africa. Other nominees include Gazo from France, however Central Cee from the UK, J Hus from the UK, Major Rd from. Brazil, Ninho from France, and Tasha & Tracie from Brazil.
Black Sherif received his first nomination for the ‘Best International Flow’ Award last year, but Benjamin Epps won it.
He shared the ‘Best International Flow’ nomination at the 2022 edition of the illustrious awards program with Benjamin Epps (France). Central Cee (UK), Blxckie (South Africa), however Haviah Mighty (Canada), Knucks (UK), Le Juiice (France), Nadia Nakai (Zimbabwe), and. Tasha & Tracie (Brazil).
The program was recorded in Atlanta on October 3, 2023, and it will air live on October 10.
Black Sherif, from Ghana, is expected to take home the Best International Flow trophy at the BET. Hiphop Awards in 2023.
As of this writing, online leaks of pre-recorded audio clips from this morning’s Grammy ceremony revealed that “Kwaku The Traveler” was on stage in the US accepting the trophy.
The event was taped in the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center, according to the amateur video that was shared.
Recall that Benjamin Epps (France), Central Cee (UK), Blxckie (South Africa), Haviah Mighty (Canada), Knucks (UK), Le Juiice (France), Nadia Nakai (Zimbabwe), and Tasha & Tracie (Brazil) were also nominated for Best International Flow at the 2022 BET Hip-Hop Awards alongside Black Sherif. The ‘Best International Flow’ prize was given to Benjamin Epps in 2022.
Shatta Wale congratulated Black Sherif on Twitter, writing: “Chale let’s say congrats to Blacko. He is a cobra.”
Read about Black Sherif’s response to the latest demonstrations in Ghana.
The Take Care of Yourself Blacko project, which included songs like Yaya and Simmer Down, co-produced by Joker Nharnah and Samsney, saw Black Sherif release two singles recently. also, Kwaku the Traveller, his well-known tune.