Owner of Black Avenue Muzik Desmond Blackmore, also known as D-Black, has opened up about Freda Rhymz leaving his outfit.
The rapper and businessman talked about Freda’s departure in an interview with Jay Forley on 3Music TV.
He said the young rapper and songwriter from Ghana was impatient.
He disclosed there was a plan for all the artistes on Black Avenue Muzik after shooting a video and using reactions from the public to execute the plan.
D-Black said he realized S3fa got more attention, followed by Dahlin Gage and Freda in that order.
After this, he thought it wise to start with Sefa’s project first, since she got much attention. Gage and Freda were to be followed.
The Black Avenue Muzik boss said Freda Rhymz told him she couldn’t wait a year or more for her turn.
He stated that they later agreed to part ways.
Watch his explanation below;