D-Black has expressed his view about ladies with colourful hairs and long nails.
Desmond Kwesi Blackmore popularly known as D-Black is the CEO of the Black Avenue Musik Record Label in Ghana. He was born to Ghanaian & English parents, the Artist / CEO / Entrepreneur/ Philanthropist has broken boundaries in his 10 years in the entertainment industry.
From releasing hit records, being nominated and winning awards, performing around the world, leading the nightlife scene with his creation ‘Club Onyx’, his revered Record Label ‘Black Avenue Muzik’, as well producing concerts across Ghana via his Livewire Events company. Desmond Blackmore (D-Black) attended Ridge Church School then to Pope John Secondary School & Jnr Seminary before the University of Cape Coast (B.A Economics) and University Of Ghana, Legon (BFA Theatre Arts / Music).
D Black in an interview expressed that ladies with colorful hairs is a big turn off for him. He continued that such ladies right from the spot looks unserious to him. The Enjoyment Minister rapper continued that most ladies are deceived by what the see on social media.
He made it clear that ladies who are used in his music videos are doing their job and he is also doing his by smiling to their activities, that should not mean they are his type. However he believes there is somebody for everyone and that these slay queens might have their soul mates but it is definitely not him.
He cited some examples of his colleague musicians who are married to professionals and not slay queens namely Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, Reggie Rockstone.
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