D-Black to Drop ‘Son of God’ HIP-HOP Gospel Track August 1st, 2014

From the stables of D-Black, and it is something different.


“Ghanaian rap star and hands down the author of currently one of the biggest songs in the country ‘Personal Person’ is gearing up to release the second single off his highly anticipated third album.
Hot off the heels of the immense success of his first single of the year, Personal Person featuring Castro, 1st August will see D-Black release ‘Son of God’ featuring Bisa Kdei , produced by DJ Breezy of Personal Person, Selfie, Seihor and Tonga fame.

The genre and title is an unexpected twist from the rapper who has been giving us hiphop and afrobeats bangers since his introduction into the music industry 5 years ago.

“Son of God is a fusion of hiphop and gospel cos’ I wanna give the people something different. The last time I did something like this was my first ever solo single ‘Somebody’ featuring Kwabena Kwabena back in 2010” D-Black explained.”

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