It was reported a few days ago that almost 6 of Black Avenue Muzik’s signed artistes including Freda Rymes surprisingly parted ways with the record label.
After they left the label, Ghanaians starting blaming the CEO, D-Black tagging him as a bad leader and an incompetent leader who lacks leadership skills.
Speaking on this, in a recent interview, D-Black rubbished these perceptions adding that an artiste will only leave his record label when he or she is driven by fame.
“They did not have the patience to wait to become stars, they wanted to be known quickly but my label and I wanted them to grow organically because that is what I believed and still believe in.
“What people don’t know is that the best thing in this industry is to go at a pace where you can never be forgotten in years to come.
“When you grow organically, you last longer in the game and you learn all that there is to learn and it gives you the strength to stand the test of time when the dry season comes,” he said.