Lil Kesh Left YBNL To Float His Independent Record Label


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Rapper Lil Kesh took to social media to clear rumored speculations about himself and his label, confirming his exit from former label, YBNL, in the quest to float his own label “Yagi Records”

Following the several rumors surrounding the modus operand at YBNL Nation, the ‘Cause Trouble ’ crooner/rapper, confirmed via twitter that his contract truly has expired and he will not be renewed.

He also confirmed that he will be leaving to float his own label, Yagi Records, with support from Baddo himself, Olamide, as family is all that matters.

Lil Kesh, expressed his gratitude and goodwill towards his former boss Olamide, stating for a fact that his contract included just three videos but Olamide went out of his way to shoot five videos for him.

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YBNL boss Olamide also has cleared the air confirming the rumours are indeed true.

The rapper took to his Instagram to reveal that Lil Kesh and his former label-mate Viktoh are no longer signed to his imprint, after their original contracts expired two weeks ago. Nonetheless Olamide said that despite the fact that both artistes are now independent they will be managed by YBNL.

This is certainly a shocking news for fans of the record label. In other YBNL related news, Adekunle Gold will be releasing his debut album titled “Gold” in a matter of weeks.

Should Lil Kesh and Viktoh resign with YBNL or move on to a new chapter of their respective careers?

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