Aimed at reaching the masses under the age of 21, D-Black, his Black Avenue Muzik team and NK Studios will send a very simple message across to the youth on this tour, saying ‘No matter your profession, gender or background, creativity and acceptance should never be influenced by drugs’.
The tour will take off at Arch Bishop Porter Girls Secondary School in Takoradi, Western Region, on March 3. He will head to Aggrey Memorial Secondary School, in Cape Coast on March 10.
The Eastern Region will have its turn on March 17 at Akim Oda, Odaso Secondary School; while Kumasi will see their performance at St. Louis Senior High School on the March 24. The tour rounds off in the Volta Region at the Ola Girls Senior High School, March31. All students from sister schools in the various regions are invited to be a part of the ‘D-Black Live in SHS’ in the selected schools.
The students will have the opportunity to interact with D-Black via photo shoot and autograph signing sessions as well as be a part of the soon to kick off ‘D-Black ‘My Kinda Girl’ Dance Competition’ running from February 20 –March 31. Students will also receive D-Black merchandise as well as ‘Say No To Drugs’ memorabilia.
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