Chief Executive Officer of Black Avenue Muzik, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, also known as D-Black has revealed how life became for him after the disappearance of his friend, Castro De Destroyer.
It would be vividly recalled that the award-wining singer and his girlfriend drowned at the Ada Estuary after they went for a joy ride on the river. The two were reported to be missing and families have done everything possible to locate them whether dead or alive but all efforts proved futile.
One of his best pals in the music industry, D-Black who collaborated with him on a couple of songs has revealed that he had to take a break from the music scene after the disappearance of Castro.
During an interview on Okay FM with Abeiku Santana on Okay Fm on the Ekwansodwodwo show, D-Black revealed that he never felt right performing songs he did with the missing Hiplife legend after he disappeared.
D-Black said that he has spent most of his days with Castro before the unfortunate incident happened so he never felt right performing the two songs they did together after he went missing.
According to D-Black, his career never felt the same for him after Castro went missing so he had to explore other interests to keep himself busy while he takes a break from the music scene.
He said that he worked on his Black Avenue Muzik label, his event company, and the opening of his lounge but before he finally regained interest in his music career, he had spent four years without releasing a single song.
As a reminder, the legendary Hiplife legend, Castro has been missing for almost eight years and it is unclear if he is still alive or dead.
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