"Black Sherif's album will perform better than Shatta Wale and Sarkodie's album" - Bullgod

Bulldog.     And.   Black sheriff

 Sarkodie and Shatta Wale's future releases, according to artist manager Lawerence Asiamah Hanson, also known as Bullgod, "cannot compete with Black Sherif's debut album, called "The Villain I Never Was." 

Sarkodie and Shatta Wale, in contrast to Black Sherif, have difficulty reaching a larger audience since they are not affiliated with distribution corporations like EMPIRE, according to Bullgod, who was speaking to Doreen Avio on Daybreak Hitz. 

He claims that Black Sherif is far superior than other Ghanaian musicians due to his affiliation with organizations like EMPIRE. 

"This month is serious since three of our artists have albums coming out," I realized as I woke up this morning. 

"I said Black Sherif will perform better than all of them off the top of my head. They don't have a label, but Black Sherif does. All set to compete against EMPIRE are Shatta and Sarkodie. They lack the strength necessary to accomplish that. 

Bullgod continued, "It will only take a miracle for them to reach a bigger audience." 

"Empire is a very large organization, and Sarkodie and Shatta lack the necessary reach to compete. Only a miracle will do. 

Bullgod used the occasion to discuss the significance of signing to large record labels in order to increase the exposure of performers. 

He contends that Ghanaian musicians must realize they cannot expect to succeed in the music industry by working alone. 

"Music has evolved. It has been like way for a very long time, but at the time we had no understanding of the system. You require assistance to complete this. Bullhaus entertainment is unable to accomplish this. 

He commented on Hitz FM, "You can't compare KiDi to Vanilla; you would lose the idea. 

The Villain I Never Was, Black Sherif's debut album, was released on Thursday via RBA / Empire and contains 14 tracks. 

Sarkodie and Shatta Wale, on the other hand, will release their albums later this year.

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