Renowned Ghanaian musician, talent manager and businessman, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore aka D-Black, has stated that he doesn’t prioritize before he helps female talents.
Speaking in an interview that Newshuntermag.com has chanced on, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Black Avenue Muzik stressed that demanding or expecting s3x after helping a talent is not his thing.
According to him, he develops an interest in helping others once he believes in their talents.
“I’m one of the few people that believe in supporting talents without expecting s3x in return. I don’t care about that,” he told Prince Benjamin on Class91.3FM’s Class Drive show.
D-Black further stated: “Once I believe in your talent, that’s step one. Step two is your drive and dedication. If you see me start working with a female artiste and I stop, it’s because their drive and dedication aren’t more than mine. You have to be more driven and dedicated and hungrier for this than I am.”
S3fa and Nina Richie are the female talents signed onto D-Black’s Black Avenue Muzik currently.