“I took a break from music because of the disappearance of Castro” says D-Black


In an interview with Lexis Bill on Joy Fm, Rapper and singer D-Black professed that he is currently back to doing music for real now. According to him, he took a break when his friend Castro disappeared.

He also said he was the artist who had the last song with him. “Again the songs we had together were hit songs which took us to all parts of Ghana”. He once again stated that, when he heard of his friends disappearance he was so disturbed so he decided to take a break and focus on his other businesses.

This led him to establish a record label, which has signed artist like Sefa. Also he went into setting up a night club, which is fetching him money alongside. He also stated that all along he was dropping solo songs to keep him in the music scene.

When asked whether an artiste can only be creative and make it. He said that only if you live within your means but if you want to leave like a rich man, then you have to add some business to It.

Source: Celebrities

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