Black Avenue Muzik signee, S3fa has debunked a general public opinion about female artistes signed on to music label of having sexual affairs with their record label bosses.

Reacting to such claims, she described as baseless the sex perception mostly tagged with female artistes in the entertainment industry once they associate themselves with a male owned brands.

S3fa who is signed on to D Black’s Avenue Muzik disclosed that his boss (D Black) is very protective of her.

According to her, she has never been in any sexual relationship with D Black as it has been alleged.

“For musician in the industry if you sign a female artiste then it means you are doing with them. You find yourself in a place like Ghana where people just talk about people for fun and if they don’t they are not free. So people just want to have something to talk about and they were saying I was sleeping with him but then it wasn’t true so I didn’t bother to reply to the issue because I thought it wasn’t needed,” she told Andy Dosty on Hitz FM.

Supporting her reason why she is always seen with D Black at every events, S3fa said, she is the youngest on the Black Avenue label so all attention goes to her even.

“Black wants me to be in between him and the guys and I am very close to him. So,when people see us together they saying he is sleeping with me. He protects all the female artiste in the label including myself, Freda Rhymes, Nina Ricchie” she said.

S3fa, born Sefadzi Abena Amesu, is one of the five musicians D-Black signed to his Black Avenue Muzik label in 2017.


Black Avenue Muzik was Founded by multiple award winning Ghanaian hiphop / Afrobeats Artist D-Black, under the Black Avenue Muzik umbrella in his first 5 years of being an entertainer racked up over 50 award nominations worldwide including being the first Ghanaian hiphop act to be nominated at the Bet Awards in the category of Best African Act (2012) and the only Ghanaian rapper to have won at the prestigious Channel o Awards in South Africa for Best West African Act. From Somebody Ft. Kwabena Kwabena, Get on da dance floor with D Cryme to My Kinda Girl with Sarkodie to the continental hit ‘Vera’ as well as his massive smash records with Castro ‘Personal Person’ & Senior, D-Black has stood the test of time under the BAM umbrella. Joey B’s two year stint at BAM produced him the monster hit ‘Tonga’ by in-house producer Dj Breezy as well as won him the Best New Artist of the Year award that year at the VGMA’s. Dj Breezy’s VGMA producer of the year nominations and win in 2015 highlighted him as the brain behind numerous Number 1 records from D-Black, Castro, EL, VVIP, Joey B, and the continental smash hit from Nigerian Superstar ‘Patoranking’s’ My Woman My Everything.

Forward to 2018, after a successful label launch in the last quarter of 2017 the label which now boasts a 10 office complex , 2 music studios , a marketing and advertising department, a video editing suite, a design and print team plus a promotional unit and an artist management centre, unveils the label acts and producers and are ready to roll.

Introducing to you, the newest members of Black Avenue Muzik, Dahlin Gage (Afrobeats, Dancehall, Hiphop), Kobla Jnr (Afrobeats), Nina Ricchie (Pop, Afrobeats), the winner of the most recent MTN Hitmaker Reality show ‘Freda Rhymz’ (Hiphop), the controversial Wisa Greid (Highlife, Afrobeats), Osayo (RNB, Afrobeats), S3fa (Soul, Afrobeats, RNB), Rony Turn Me Up (Music Producer) with Dj Breezy as head music producer and music director of the label.

The D-Black led label will see single and music video releases from every one of these artists in the first quarter of 2018 as well as the release of an All Star Song and Music Video.


BY: Shardey Emmanuel