Former Burniton Music Group (BMG) signee Kelvyn Boy has been seen in a video sharing a studio session with Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa.


It’s not clear if the Afrobeat star was just on his own in the studio before the American rappers bumped into him or they hit the studio to work together on a joint project.

It’s the hope of music lovers that Chance the Rapper lends his artistry to any of our local artistes for a memorable collabo that would linger on forever before he finally leaves the shores of Ghana.

Watch the video below;

Away from that, Black Sherif has apparently been knocking on the door of fame for a very long time as he used to do covers of mainstream acts plus a mixture of his own renditions back then.

In view of this, a throwback video of the Sad Boys boss honcho passionately singing Kelvyn Boy’s ‘Mea’ song has emerged on the internet.

Sherif who proved he could rap and sing, converted the Mea song in his own rendition with a beautiful melody while he was with his friends in a barbershop.

The video since it emerged online, has garnered favourable responses from netizens who have hailed the First and Second Sermon spitter for his consistency and determination in trying to reach the top with his raw talent.

Watch the video below;



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