‘No Artiste Will Part Ways With Black Avenue Muzik If Not For Quick Fame’ — Says D-Black

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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. READ ALSO: ‘You Don’t … Read more

D-Black is A Very Stupid Artist — Tinny Fires Back at BAM Boss

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Whilst the dancehall battle is going on between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy, one rapper trying to keep the rap game interesting is Tinny, who has targeted Kwaw Kese and D-Black for a few weeks now trying to stir up a beef.

Tinny said the two, alongside Patapaa, are the three worst rappers in Ghana.

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TWEET: D-Black Emotionally Reveals How Poverty Lashed Him Back In 2009 — READ

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Indeed ‘Rome was not built in a day’ — the case of one of the Ghanaian celebrated business moguls and the CEO of Black Avenue Muzik, Desmond Blackmore, also known as D-Black has revealed the difficulties he went through a few years ago.

According to the businessman who doubles as a hiplife rapper, D-Black on his Tweeter page revealed that there came a time he used to beg for studio time and other things he needed for his music career.

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‘Celebrated Businessman’ D-Black Says His Record Label is Not A Profitable Business

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If D-Black is known for one thing in the Ghanaian music industry, it’s for being an astute businessman. His rap skills have been described as mediocre for so long by so many people it’s pointless to even try to argue against that at this point.

Of course, success is life, even as a musician, is not simply measured in how good you are as a performer/entertainer. Business planning is a big part of being successful, as seen in the recent feud between Black and Tinny. Tinny is miles ahead of D-Black when it comes to rap and was the king of Ghanaian music a while back, but has somehow managed to piss all that away to slither into irrelevance whilst D-Black is still somewhat relevant.

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‘The only thing which makes D-Black Ahead of M.anifest is Tattoos’ — Fans Descend on S3fa after Claiming her Boss Raps Better than M.Dot

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Black Avenue Muzik signee S3fa has landed herself in some churning hot waters following an absurd claim made by her that the boss of her label, D-Black, is a better rapper than M.anifest the ‘God MC’.

S3fa’s comment has sparked social media into action as people land on her for making the most absurd and bootlicking comment of all time.

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PHOTOS: D-Black Exhibits His Gun Firing Skills In His Night Club

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The boss of Black Avenue Muzik, D-Black has exhibited his shooting skills in his nightclub ─sounding a warning to all haters and backstabbers.

This is purely the kind of lifestyle elsewhere in the United States of America (Hollywood) where the likes of Lil Wayne, 50 Cent and others show their prowess.

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PHOTO: Meet Nina Richie, The Musician Using Her Oily ‘Melons’ To Sell Her Brand

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Black Avenue Muzik’s female signee, Nina Richie’s brand is typical of ‘using what you have to get what you want’ and it’s working perfectly for her.

Nina Richie has appeared at two events recently and she made headlines not for producing good or quality music but the bold display of her oily ‘melons’ is what got her in the headlines.

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Shatta Wale Is Too 'Dirty', I Can't Date Him — S3fa

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Apparently, Shatta Wale isn’t the taste of many female celebrities judging from his barbaric behaviour over the years — from slapping his bodyguard on stage, fighting on social media and the recent ‘blowjob’ brouhaha obviously pisses them off.
Wendy Shay in a recent interview picked Patapaa over Shatta Wale as her kind of man, same with ‘no pants’ actress, Baby Blanche.

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D-Black's Own Signed Artiste, Freda Rymz Confirms He's A Wack Rapper

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Has Freda Rymz hit the nail on its head? Well, the Black Avenue Muzik signee says she is a better rapper that her boss, Desmond Blackmore aka D-Black.
Freda Rymz in an interview with Kwesi Dope on GN TV’s Eid edition of ‘The Brunch’ show bragged that when it comes to rap music in Ghana, no rapper can rub shoulders with her placing her boss, D-Black second on the list.

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D-Black Gathers His Entire Black Avenue Muzik Team For Sensational Music Video For 'Korkorkor' (WATCH)

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Black Avenue Muzik (BAM) CEO Desmond Blackmore, Ghanaian afropop star known as D-Black, has marshalled his entire forces to drop one monster all star track.
The official music video for the single, titled ‘Korkorkor’, has been released.

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PHOTOS: Black Avenue Muzik Donates To Kids At Rising Star Orphanage To Enjoy The Festive Season

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Ghanaian rapper Desmond Blackmore (D-Black) and the label he heads, Black Avenue Muzik, spent the festive season bringing some cheer to some disadvantaged kids in Accra.
The label paid a visit to the Rising Star Orphanage, located at Dodowa, to donate several items to the establishment and have fun with the kids on New Year’s.

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D-Black Hints He Might Be Signing Okyeame Kwame’s Son Soon – Ghanaians Descend On Him With Hilarious Replies

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Black Avenue Muzik boss Desmond Blackmore, trade name D-Black, has hinted he might be making a new addition to his label soon.

D-Black, in a post on Facebook, which might or might not be a joke, hinted Okyeame Kwame’s young son Sir might be the next to join the label.

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D-Black To Release ‘My Kinda Girl’ Animated Video Featuring Nadia Buari, Jackie Appiah, Lydia Forson, Jocelyn Dumas, Juliet Ibrahim, Yvonne Nelson Among Others!

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D-Black’s Black Avenue Muzik is set to premiere the animated video of one of his tracks ‘My Kinda Girl’ featuring Sarkodie.

The video featured the following personalities; Nadia Buari, Jackie Appiah, Majid Michel, Reggie Rockstone, Lydia Forson, Jocelyn Dumas, Juliet Ibrahim, Yvonne Nelson, Dee Moneey, Eddy Blay among others.

The premiere of the video is scheduled for Saturday October 22, 2011 at Rockstone’s Office for the ‘HIPLIFE SECTION’. After which Cinderellas Night Club will be the venue for the ‘HIPHOP SECTION’. Grand Papazz will host the ‘V.I.P SECTION’.

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