I was axed from POJOSS for breaking bounds to go and record songs – D-Black reveals

CEO of Black Avenue Music, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, popularly known in showbiz circles as D-Black has revealed that he was sacked from Pope John Secondary School (POJOSS), Koforidua for breaking bounds to go and record songs with other up and coming artistes at the time. He made this revelation on Twitter when he tweeted the following:

The tweet above forms part of a series of tweets the Vera hit maker delivered on Twitter to share his touching yet inspiring periods of arduousness that he has endured in the music industry over the years.

He also disclosed in the tweet below that he started music at the age of 17 in the studios of Hush Hush:

Below are some selected tweets which captures aspects of his journey in the music industry:

D-Black has been making these revelations ahead of the release of a music video which gives highlights of his journey in the music industry, precisely capturing the period between 2009 – 2015.

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