D-Black “Yes Boss” Tour Shuts Down Bolga and Fills Up The Tamale Sports Stadium + Exclusive Photos

D Black Yes Boss Tour
D Black Yes Boss Tour

The YES BOSS TOUR Is Officially The Most Successful Musical Tour Embarked On By A Ghanaian Musician In Ghana!! D-Black da Ghana Bwouy has set the bench mark for other musicians to follow.

There’s nothing to stop D-Black now as this young man who is rumoured to be barely 26 years old and runs his own record label, events, marketing and advertising firms; Black Avenue Muzik and Black Avenue Works respectively made history a few weeks ago being the first Ghanaian rapper to be nominated for the prestigious BET Awards as Best International Act (Africa).

After a successful debut album release last year in September, making winnings at the G.M.A’s in 2010 and 2011, the 2010 4Syte Music Video Awards, three nods at the 2009 and 2011 Channel O Music Video Awards and much more, D-Black embarked on his first ever musical tour in April this year aimed at promoting the D-Black brand and Urban Ghanaian Hiphop music around the country.

Kicking off in Kwahu during the Easter weekend, the YES BOSS Tour saw D-Black sell out venues in Cape Coast, Sunyani, Takoradi, Kumasi, Tema, Ho and finally The Yes Boss tour did hit the Northern Region of Ghana last weekend with Bolga seeing D-Black on the 3rd of June at the Catering  Rest House which was rammed with over 4,000 Bolga natives and The Tamale Sports Stadium packed on Saturday the 4th of June seeing over 14,000 people out in their numbers to see D-Black Live in Concert through the rain.

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BET 2011 Nominee D-Black & Co. Charm The Garden City As The “Yes Boss” Tour Stops Over In Kumasi! + Photos Featuring D-Black, D-Cryme, Dee-Money, Stay Jay, Nii, Bra Kevin, Trigmatic, Nii, Yaa Pono, Nana Boroo & Sarkodie

  BET 2011 nominee for the Best International Act and Ghana Music Award 2011 Hip Hop Song of the Year winner with ‘Get On Da Dance Floor’, D-Black’s ongoing “Yes Boss” tour hit the Garden City, Kumasi last Saturday to mesmerize the thousands of fans at the Prempeh Assembly Hall. Other artists present to support … Read more