Young fast rising Afro-beats hitmaker Black Sheriff has finally released via Empire Entertainment the ‘The Villain I Never’ album he has been teasing fans for weeks.
The sonically produced film which is based on the artist’s biography, trials and tribulations has taken over Twitter trends proving yet again that the artist is a true contender.
“It took me everything to give life to this body,” the 20-year-old artist expressed in a social media post.
“The one thing in my life that I gave everything up for. There is life in this body, I hope it treats you well and speaks to you like I want it to,” he added.
His journey as a young Muslim from a small mining town in Konongo to the celebrated artist that he is depicted in his main track songs ’45’ and ‘Soja’.
The tracklist combines his native language ‘Twi’ and English with a storytelling technique that leaves listeners hooked. Black Sheriff blends culture to create his own ‘The Villain I Never Was’ world.
The Villain I Never Was” consists of Fourteen (14) Tracks namely, The Homeless Song,Oil in my Head, 45, Soja, Prey Da Youngsta, Sad Boys Don’t Fold, Konongo Zongo, Wasteman, We Up, Toxic Love City, Don’t Forget Me, Oh Paradise, Kwaku The Traveller and Second Sermon (remix) featuring Burna boy.
Black Sheriff is currently the most searched artist on Boomplay and is expected to make his first US debut performance of his album at Elsewhere in New York City on Sunday, November 6th.
Here’s what fans have to say about the album.
You can watch the album’s visualiser on YouTube @Black Sheriff