D-Black To Drop First USA Collabo Featuring DJ Webstar, Wale (MMG) & Gudda Gudda Of YMCMB

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The Black Avenue Muzik boss and 2011  BET Award nominee for Best International act is having an incredible year leading up to his sophomore release ‘The Revelation’ slated for release later on this year.

Following the success of his first single, the GMA nominated ‘ My Kinda Girl ’ hiphop banger ft. Sarkodie, his second single aimed at the Nigerian market ‘Falling ‘ featuring Nigeria’s Mo Cheddah and the smash Azonto hiphop record ‘VERA’ which is undoubtedly the hottest song in Ghana right now, D-Black drops the first of his U.S.A collabo’s today online.

Titled ‘DROP DAT’,  the massive club banger that will appear on D-Black’s ‘The Revelation’ Album was orchestrated by Harlem born DJ Webstar and features our own Ghana Bwouy D-Black, Maybach Music’s Wale and Gudda Gudda from YMCMB. The Songs orchestration begun last year when D-Black met Gudda Gudda, Wale and DJ Webstar at and after the 2011 BET Awards in Los Angeles. The Harlem born Webstar had already begun production on the song and immediately put D-Black on it as well as on another massive joint yet to be released with 2 other American acts. Dj Webstar is well known for producing and featuring on hits such as ‘Bought The Bar’ featuring Nicki Minaj, ‘Dancing On Me’ featuring Jim Jones and Juelz Santana, ‘Tipsy’ featuring dancehall star Serani, as well as his 1 number joint ‘Chicken Noddle Soup’ in 2008.

D-Black releases his second U.S.A single off his ‘The Revelation’ album next week  on the 28th of July titled ‘Joy and Pain’ by D-Black featuring Sheek Louch, of The LOX, Rell formely of Jay Z’s Rocafella Records and Salah Edin from Morocco. Produced by Coptic, who produced hits such as Usher and P.Diddys smash 2005 hit ‘I need a Girl’ and songs on Snoop Dogg, The Notorious B.I.G’s albums also. Joy and Pain is a record for the die hard hip hop fans say’s Coptic , producer of the song.

Wana

Wana

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