Black Sherif, one of Ghana’s most talented up-and-coming artists, has been named as one of the acts scheduled to perform at the highly anticipated 2023 Something in the Water Music Festival.
The event, which is scheduled to take place from April 28 to April 30 in Virginia Beach, VA, will feature an impressive line-up of musicians from across the world.
The festival is the brainchild of the multi-talented musician, producer and fashion designer, Pharrell Williams.
Established in 2019, the festival is designed to unite and empower the community, as well as celebrate diversity and showcase the magic of Virginia Beach.
According to a press statement from organizers, musicians, students, artists, activists, and more will converge on Virginia Beach to activate and amplify, collaborate and co-author, shift and shape the future.
Black Sherif, who was recently seen performing to an elated crowd at the Wireless Festival in Abu Dhabi, was announced on Wednesday as the only Ghanaian act on the bill.
Nigeria’s Ayra Starr will also be joining the Kwaku The Traveller singer as one of the African artistes on the bill. The line-up also includes international acts such as Kid Cudi, Summer Walker, Lil Wayne, Clipse, Wu-Tang Clan, Grace Jones and Chic, Mumford & Sons and Maren Morris.
— Pharrell Williams (@Pharrell) March 15, 2023
Black Sherif has quickly gained a reputation as one of Ghana’s most exciting new artists, with his unique blend of highlife, hip-hop and afrobeats.
His debut single, “Money,” released in 2020, quickly went viral and helped to cement his position as one to watch in the Ghanaian music scene. Since then, he has released a string of hit singles, including “Second Sermon” and “Ade Akye.”
The 2023 edition of Something in the Water Festival promises to be an unforgettable experience for music lovers and fans of Black Sherif alike.
With an impressive line-up of international and African artists, the festival is sure to live up to its reputation as one of the most exciting music events in the world.