Desmond Blackmore, also known as D-Black, the owner of Black Avenue Muzik, has spoken out about Freda Rhymz leaving his company. During an interview with Jay Forley on 3Music TV, the rapper and businessman discussed Freda’s departure. He claimed that the Ghanaian teen rapper and songwriter was impatient.
Following the creation of a video and the use of public responses to carry out the plan, he revealed that there was a strategy for all of the artists on Black Avenue Muzik. According to D-Black, the people who received the most attention were Dahlin Gage, Freda, and Sefa, in that order.
After that, he decided that since Sefa had received so much attention, it would be best to commence with her project. Gage and Freda had to be followed.
According to the head of Black Avenue Muzik, Freda Rhymz informed him she couldn’t wait for more than a year or two for her turn. They later decided to separate ways, he claimed. Watch his explanation below.