“DJ’s Are The Lifeline To The Music Industry, Let’s Celebrate Them”-D Black Says
Ghanaian musician, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, well known as D Black has revealed that Disk Jockeys, also known as DJ’s are the lifeline to the music industry, hence, they need to be celebrated.
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In a tweet, the CEO of Black Avenue Muzik declared 2022 as a year for DJs, saying he will be celebrating DJ’s the whole month of January for their enormous contribution to the music industry.
D Black pledged to host a couple of Ghanaian DJs who have been helpful to him at his annual events and parties, especially at his nightclubs, Onyx and Oasis. He further intimated that DJs are the lifeline to the music industry, hence they need to be celebrated by musicians and other stakeholders.
He wrote; This must be the year of the Dj !! Im appreciating Djs all January chale !! All thru this month i will host a few Djs that have been good to me at my parties at oasis / onyx , we gon appreciate them more!! They are the lifeline to the music industry, let’s celebrate them
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In other news, Ghanaian singer, Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda, well known as Mzvee has lamented how the present generation is moving so fast in terms of development, culture, and growth, yet they look so unhappy.
The older generation will describe the new generation as the worst on the account that their good moral values have been corrupted by the negative use of technology and other social tools available to them.
The love for money, assets and other technological inventions have diminished values and good practices among the new generation, making it impossible for them to attain good values as the older generation.