Can you identify this popular Ghanaian celebrity? - Photos
By QwaoAlpha | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 18 views
This photo shows the childhood of one of Ghana's popular celebrities. He is in the music industry and some years ago he did furnish Ghanaians with some hit songs they jam to. Aside being an artiste, he manages a record label which has a lot of female artistes signed on and again, runs a popular pub in the heart of Accra. He is an old boy of Pope Johns Senior High School and Seminary.
If you still could not find your way with the ample clues indicated above then the nice looking boy in the photo going viral on the internet is D-black. The multi awards winning artiste's is born Desmond Kwesi Blackmore however known popularly in the music industry as D-Black.
The "Vera" hit maker is the Chief Executive Officer of Black Avenue record label and the popular Oasis Lounge and Club Onyx in Accra. He also has an event management company known as Livewire Events and VOLCANO, an advertising agency.
From the photo, one could easily reckon that, the "Personal" hit maker has been a nice boy since childhood.
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