Ghanaian artist and businessman and CEO of Black Avenue Muzik, D-Black, has claimed that he has never given his all in doing music since his friend Castro de Destroyer disappeared.
In an interview with Sammy Kay, D Black mentioned that he always himself hanging out with Castro more often when he was still with us.
D-Black stated that he was working on his third album and that his first single ft. Castro (Personal Person) at the time and Castro was also preparing to release his seventh album, which included his first single, “Ft. D-Black (Seihor) was affected by the sad occurrence and chose to take a sabbatical from music as a result.
The “Enjoyment minister” went on to say that he took a 5-year break from music because it was difficult for him to play the songs he wrote with Castro and that he hasn’t truly convinced himself he’s going back 100 per cent to music since his “brother” vanished.
In response to a query from the presenter regarding whether Castro is alive or dead, he said, “may God’s will be done.”