Award-winning rapper and CEO of Black Avenue Musik, Desmond Blackmore known as D Black and his signees of Black Avenue Muzik have expressed their benevolence by donating products worth thousands of Ghana Cedis to the Rising Star Orphanage Home in Dodowa as part of the New Year celebrations at a colourful ceremony.
According to the Tourism Ambassador, his love for kids is the main motivation for the donation.
Dblack who owns Club Onyx included gifts, toys and lots of goodies in his package and spent a wonderful time with the kids together with his signees to show love to the less privileged.
The representatives who received the items on behalf of the orphanage were full of praise and thanked Dblack and his team for their kindness.
D-Black made history last year with the maiden edition of BAM Festival and the D-Black ‘Hunger & Thirst Mixtape’ release concert.
First, of its kind, the day-long BAM Festival consisted of exciting activities including fun games at the poolside of Oasis Pool & lounge.
The event witnessed performances from Black Avenue acts, D-Black, DJ Breezy, Wisa Greid, Nina Ricchie, Kobla Jnr, Sefa Dahlin Gage and more than ten other Ghanaian artistes.