Multiple award-winning Ghanaian star and business mogul, D Black has revealed he feels sidelined during BET Awards discussions in Ghana but would place the blame on none other than himself.
D-Black takes the blame because he understands that the music scene is such that one is easily forgotten when one remains goes inactive for a moment.
Speaking with NY DJ on Y102.5FM in Kumasi, Ghana, the Enjoyment Minister said;
“As soon as you take your eyes off the prize, some people forget about you. I haven’t been active as my other colleagues have been especially in pouring out musical context. So, I don’t push too much and I blame it on that.”
He continued to explain saying;
“I strive to do better. I am not one of those people who are looking for recognition every single day of my life. I just want to work and be the best of myself. I don’t really focus on that (awards).”
In 2011, D Black became the first Ghanaian artist after Kojo Antwi to be nominated for the Best International Act: Africa at the prestigious Black Entertainment Television Awards.
He was nominated alongside other African greats including 2Face Idibia (Nigeria), D’Banj (Nigeria), Angelique Kidjo (Benin), Fally Ipupa (Congo DR), and Teargas (South Africa).
D-Black who is currently on a press run in South Africa where he describes as his second home has been busy promoting his new album Loyalty.
Stream Loyalty album below.