A man who stands by his words is the person you can trust.
The head of Black Avenue Muzik, D – Black just lived up to his words.
Y’all remember that getting to the end of last year, DBlack took to Twitter to take over Santa Clause’s job for a couple of hours.
He tweeted that he would be giving out GHS 10,000 to anyone who really needed it. All they had to do was to tell him how much they need and what for.
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Based on that he would choose who deserved the money.
Good morning all! Christmas almost here & I wanna extend a hand 2 make some people’s Christmas’ memorable. Not everyone has been fortunate. Wanna give away 10,000 ghc to some fans on my social media. Tell me what u need it for & how much. Be honest. Merry Christmas in advance.
— Mr. Desmond Blackmore (@DBLACKGH) December 13, 2017
This generated a long thread of people asking for money to surprise their mothers. Some wanted new phones, others asked for upkeep money.
A whole lot guys… people…. a lot of guys had countless number of things to do with the GHS 10,000.
But Kula, an amazing musician and one of Kuulpeeps’ Emergers 2017, a shortlist of young people who showed up in their careers in 2017, asked DBlack for money to record his music video.
Yes, finally, DBlack put out a tall list of people who were going to receive his Christmas giveaway and on that list was the rapper, Kula.
Been hitting the streets selling my music to raise funds to shoot 2 music videos. Done 3 cities (Accra, Takoradi, Ho), Pub Tour, etc. I got come revenue but not enough.
A Ghc1,000 – Ghc3,000 top up would really help.
Bless Me 🙏 pic.twitter.com/gO5XsHNitY
— 👑 Kula (@kulaGH) December 13, 2017
Yep, DBlack accepted his request and decided to pay for his music video.
Now, we can confirm that that promise has been fulfilled.
Backed by DBlack’s financial muscle, Kula taped the video of his song “Don’t Blow It”.
Kula collaborated with Klem on “Don’t Blow It”, it was produced by Timmy.
Meanwhile, Jeneral Jay directed the music video.
Good job to this Kuulpeep and thanks to Santa Blackmore.
For now, you can enjoy the fans video of the song below: