Desmond Blackmore, known by his stage name D-Black is a Ghanaian artiste and an entrepreneur. He is also the CEO of the music label Black Avenue Music. He has been active in the music scene since 2009. There is so much he has accomplished as an individual. I would get into his accomplishment in another article.
Having a chat with him on twitter yesterday, myself and some of his fans got interactive with him. For the period of one hour, the award winning musician answered questions that were thrown at him. Speaking about royalties, underground acts and his love for Kwesi Arthur. The Vera hit maker had a lot to share.
“Our Royalty collection system is my biggest concern. Musicians are not given their royalties, due to lack of investors and poor business structuring. They [Music body in charge of royalties] are failing woefully.
The undergrounds are not doing anything wrong, there are underground acts everywhere in the world. Everyone has a starting point.
About me supporting Kwesi Arthur, I love to help that’s all. He has got a future so if there is anything I can do to support, I would do. His story also touched me.” He tweeted.
D-Black has 4 albums to his credit and a number of hit singles which include, Vera, My Kind of Girl, Kotomoshi, Julie, Champ, Change Your Life to name a few.