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Lil Kesh quits Olamide’s YBNL

25 April 2016, 15:06

Lagos - Rapper/ singer Lil Kesh is floating a label of his own that he intends to start as a movement, reports Nigerian Entertainment Today(NET)

Over the weekend, reports surfaced online that YBNL act, Lil Kesh is set to part ways with the Olamide-led record label.

While both parties have not spoken concerning the issue, here are some of the facts; Olamide signed up Lil Kesh and Viktoh in 2014.

Also read: ‘Lil Kesh, Viktoh are not slaves’

Lil Kesh’s debut single ‘Shoki’ became an instant hit – so much so that just a few months after (November 2014), he was on stage with Davido and Olamide performing at the Channel O Music Video Awards.

In 2015, Olamide embarked on a Twitter rant to explain that he signed only two years deal with his new acts after which he hopes they’ll be good enough to stand on their own, not long after, Lil Kesh moved out from his mainland residence to a posh apartment in Chevron drive, Lekki. He also set up a home studio where he finished the recording of his first album ‘Y.A.G.I’.

In March 2016, he officially released his debut album under the YBNL imprint.

Lil Kesh, according to sources, has been the one funding his project and music videos for a long time. 

Read more at NET

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