The much-anticipated music video for Black Sherif’s ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ has finally been released.
The intriguing visual was released on Thursday, May 19. It was directed by renowned videographer, David Nicole Sey.
‘Kwaku the Traveller’ begins with a close shot of Black Sherif’s face with fire burning in his eyes.
The camera then zooms out to show the rapper standing in front of an audience who seem angry at Black Sherif.
The video also captures the message Black Sherif shares in the song about a youth’s struggle. He is seen in the company of seemingly bad friends. They eventually get arrested by the Police.
Black Sherif had hinted at the video release on May 11, sharing a snippet and pictures from the set of the film.
‘Kwaku The Traveller’ was officially released on April 15. The song produced by Joker Nharnah since its release has been on the apex of major music playlists across the various digital streaming platforms in the world.
It debuted at number 1 on Apple Music Top 100 Nigeria and Ghana, respectively.
The song was the number 1 most Shazam song in the world, #1 on Triller, #1 on Deezer, #1 on Boomplay Hot Trending 100, and also entered Spotify Viral 50 charts with #1 in Sweden, #5 in the UK, #10 on Spotify Global, #2 in Norway, #3 in Denmark, #6 in both Netherlands and Belgium, #9 in France among others.
Black Sherif garnered over 75 million audio streams with his smash hit single a month after its release.
This meteoric rise comes as no surprise to music lovers across the world.
The song is themed on a captivating story of a young man on a lifetime journey searching for greatness with a well-crafted storyline and amazing melodies.