Multiple award-winning Ghanaian rapper and businessman, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, known by his stage name D-Black is set to drop his much-awaited “Loyalty” album in April this year.
BAM (Black Avenue Music) fans will have to wait a little bit longer as their boss “Black” postpones the release date, for his upcoming sixth studio album which was supposed to drop in February.
The rapper who is currently in Dubai, United Arab Emirates was sighted by Townflex.com in a new video he shared on his verified Twitter account, yesterday Friday, February 19, regarding his album.
D-Black was in the video sending out his apologies to his loyal fans and followers out there for keeping them waiting for a long time and also announced that the new album will now be rescheduled to be released in April this year.
He added that he promises to drop it before the Easter celebrations. Recall that last year 2019, the rapper dropped his 5th studio album, a 7-track Extended Play (EP) dubbed “Smoke & Mirrors EP“. Watch video below
Watch D-Black’s apology video below.
Apologies #SorryForTheWait 🙏🏽 #LoyaltyAlbum April 2021 pic.twitter.com/YGnfYi9q3b
— Mr. Desmond Blackmore (@DBLACKGH) February 19, 2021ADVERTISEMENT VLI
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