Black Sherif to perform at Rolling Stone's Future of Music festival in the US

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Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif, is set to take the stage at Rolling Stone's highly anticipated 2024 Future of Music festival. The event, known for its stellar lineup, will feature a diverse array of performers including Teezo Touchdown, Young Miko, Pheelz, Flo Milli, Uncle Waffles, Faye Webster, Peso Pluma, and more.

Scheduled to perform at the SXSW stage in Austin, Texas, United States, Black Sherif will captivate audiences from March 12 to 15. This marks the second edition of the festival, with Black Sherif slated to perform on Day 3.

The year has already proven to be promising for the 22-year-old artist. His singles "January 9" and "Zero" received an enthusiastic reception upon release. Adding to his list of accomplishments, Black Sherif recently ventured into the world of fashion, surprising fans with his appearance on the runway at the 2024 London Fashion Week. He modeled for Labrum London, a brand dedicated to showcasing the untold stories of West Africa and fostering cultural connections between the West and West Africa.

Labrum London's designer, Foday Dumbuya, was honored with last year's Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design, highlighting the brand's commitment to excellence and cultural representation.

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