Watch: D-Black Gets On Delay Show
D-Black; CEO of Black Avenue Group, Onyx Nite Club and Livewire Events got on the delay show and talked about music, Wanlov, Onyx Nite Club and More
Delay got D-Black on the hot seat this time and they had an interesting conversation surrounding his trending Club Onyx, Music in Ghana, a bit about his childhood days, what he thinks about Wanlov the Kubolor and other interesting things.
The conversation started off with D-Black’s trending Nite Club called “Club Onyx”. Explaining the name Onyx, he said “Onyx” is a black stone popular in ancient days for bringing happiness into people’s homes. And having Black in his name, he thinks combining the Onyx makes perfect sense to him.
Delay questioned him if he isn’t scared Club Onyx might fade out just like other Nite Clubs which were trending but now closed down because new ones popped up… D-Black responded by saying he also knows many Nite Clubs which has existed for almost a decade or more and it’s all about re-branding and investing which he isn’t afraid to do.
Another interesting topic was about his music “Rival” Wanlov the Kubolor… D-Black said that, Wanlov is 10 years older than he is and he personally do not have any issue with him. But he THINKS because he (Wanlov) has an issue with his Big brother, he’s only trying to bring it on him in a “Funny” way.
D-Black debunked the speculations that Wanlov is envy of his success and said he’s doing his thing and he thinks Wanlov is doing his things as well. He doesn’t remember the last time he spoke to Wanlov but in his heart, he has nothing against Kubolor.
Touching on what he thinks about people saying he’s not a good rapper, D-Black said even the most successful entertainers in the world have people telling them they are not good artistes; so he thinks it’s normal and not everyone will love what you do.
He closed the issue of rap by saying, music is not only about talent anymore but about the material you put out, your brand and music you put out. He has songs people love and he gets paid for it; That to him is enough. He jokingly asked “Rap y3 Heaven”? which translates as “Is Rap Heaven”?
He also spoke about his relationship with God (Church) his perception about selling alcohol in the club as a Christian, having tattoos even though the bible speaks against it, his “Balls” making a majestic appearance in his trousers at a fashion show, His childhood and growing up in a broken home, a bit about his private life, and more. Watch the interview below…