Prior to that, the young prodigy from Ghana whose ‘Sore’ song and the subsequent remix featuring UK rapper Stormzy became a global phenomenon, said he was apprehensive about checking the result himself when WAEC released the provisional result.
When DJ Paak released his result as mentioned in the introductory paragraph, Yaw Tog used multiple laughing emojis to react giving the impression that what he just shared his fake.
In other news, Grammy award-winning Nigerian singer Burna Boy has announced that Ghanaian youngster Black Sherif has been included in his worldwide tours this festive season and probably beyond.
Following their historic joint collaborative effort on the remix of Second Sermon which was released on Wednesday, December 8, 2021 – the Nigerian superstar is set to provide the pedestal for his Ghanaian counterpart to expand his horizon.
In a post sighted on Instagram, Burna Boy said Black Sherif will be part of his entourage and asked all his fans to learn the Twi language so they can jam to their performance massively.
He wrote; @BlackSherif is coming on tour with me. Second Sermon Remix Featuring Me(Burna Boy) Out Now!! You Better Learn The Whole Song Before Coming To Any Of My Shows. Yes That Includes The Twi( A Ghanaian Language) Parts. Thanks. Love….Damini. Okay