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Black Sherif & Idris Elba Spotted Rubbing Shoulders With Kamala Harris



Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif, was recently among a host of celebrities who had the privilege of accompanying the US Vice President, Kamala Harris, on a tour of the Vibrate Space, a community recording studio for young creatives at the Freedom Skatepark in Accra.

The Vice President, who is on a 3-day visit to Ghana, was accompanied by a number of African American celebrities, including Idris Elba, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Baaba J, Ria Boss, Moses Sumney, and Black Sherif, as they explored the studio and interacted with young creative artists.

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The event was captured in several pictures that have since been circulating on the internet, showing Kamala Harris engaged in lively discussions with the celebrities, as they took a tour of the recording studio.

This comes after the group had previously met with the cast of the popular YOLO TV series, which features some of Ghana’s most prominent actors, including Jackie Appiah and Adjetey Annang.

Kamala Harris’ visit to Ghana is part of a broader effort to strengthen US outreach in certain countries on the continent, and precedes a week-long trip to other parts of Africa.

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Black Sherif & Idris Elba spotted rubbing shoulders with Kamala Harris

The visit was a unique opportunity for young Ghanaian creatives to interact with renowned international celebrities and showcase their talent to a global audience.

The Vibrate Space is a hub for creative artists, providing them with the necessary resources and support to pursue their passions in music and other creative fields.

The presence of Black Sherif, one of Ghana’s most exciting young musicians, highlights the growing recognition of the country’s vibrant music scene on the global stage.

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It also underscores the significance of supporting local creatives, who are often faced with numerous challenges in their pursuit of artistic excellence.

Overall, the visit was a positive development for Ghana’s creative industry, and an opportunity to build bridges with influential international personalities who can provide support and opportunities for local talent.

It is hoped that such visits will continue to take place in the future, helping to showcase Ghana’s rich cultural heritage and its creative potential to the world.

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