Rapper and CEO of Back Avenue Music, D Black has said artistes who want to sign two-year contracts with labels are not loyal.
The 32 year old entrepreneur stated that he will not sign any artiste who requests for a two-year contract.
Speaking on StarrFM, the rapper who has signed several artistes under his label opined that artistes whose intention is to leave after two years don’t care about the benefit the label gets.
“it’s about loyalty. If an artiste wants to leave after two years, I won’t work with you. It means you don’t care that the team is working to make your career a success. So that after 3, 4, 5 years we all can enjoy our fruits of labor. If I talk to you, and you say you want to work for two years, that’s the end of the deal”. he said
Sharing his view on the Sarkodie-Strongman controversy, D Black said, “Strongman couldn’t do much because the time was too limited and going two-year contract with an artiste does not bring profit”.