The event, which took place on May 27-28 in Miami, has become a platform for African artists to showcase their talents to a global audience.
As the music filled the air, Black Sherif and Burna Boy commanded the stage with their dynamic presence, engaging the audience from the first note to the final beat.
— #TV3GH (@tv3_ghana) May 28, 2023
Burna Boy and Black Sherif first connected in 2021 after the former posted his music on social media and later expressed interest in working with him, culminating in the Second Sermon Remix which became an instant hit.
The love and connection between the ‘Last Last’ and Black Sherif have been evident from scratch and fans were once again reminded of the genuine camaraderie and respect shared between artists across borders.
As the night unfolded, Burna Boy and Black Sherif’s performance became a standout moment of Afro Nation Miami, earning them praise and accolades from both fans and fellow artists.
“The two best duos Just like Messi and Mbappe or De bryune and Haaland The future is exciting for Black Sherif with Burna Boy,” a Twitter user shared online.
Another commented “The love between Burnaboy and Blacko is so genuine ❤️”
Black Sherif’s rise to prominence in the music industry has been swift and remarkable. With his soul-stirring lyrics and distinctive voice, he has captured the hearts of many music lovers, both in Ghana and beyond.
Burna Boy, on the other hand, has solidified his status as a global music icon, winning Grammy awards and captivating audiences worldwide with his unique sound and powerful messages.
The coming together of these two artists on the stage of AfroNation Miami represented a significant moment for African music and culture which will be etched in the memories of all those fortunate enough to witness it.