Multiple Award-winning Ghanaian artiste, D-Black, christened Desmond Kwesi Blackmore has revealed that he struggled to shoot his first-ever music video.
According to him, the video was a very low budgeted one which involved him and a few of his friends.
Speaking in an interview with Y 107.9 FM’s Kojo Manuel on the Y Disco Diaries, D-Black said, “I shot my first ever music video with GH¢300 because I did not have enough money to invest in producing a proper video”.
The music business entrepreneur noted that the video was shot way back in 2010 when he was a student studying Theatre Arts at the University of Ghana-Legon.
He disclosed that the video shoot would have been impossible without the support of his friends. “As a student in Legon then, I also had friends in NAFTI who helped me shoot the video. We used about GH¢100 to hire cameras and the rest was done by us”.
D-Black’s first-ever music video was for a song titled ‘Somebody’ which featured sensational highlife artiste, Kwabena Kwabena which spoke about God’s blessings and timing.