After days of speculations, YBNL label boss Olamide has finally addressed rumours that Lil Kesh and Viktoh have left his record label.
According to the ‘Eyan Mayweather’ crooner, even though they are no longer signed on to his record label they remain family and will still be managed under YBNL.
Meanwhile, Lil Kesh has also taken to his Instagram to confirm that he is leaving YBNL but remains a part of the family.
He captioned it: “If Baddo did not believe in me my talent will still be wasting in the streets,it’s only proper that i start believing in other people, it’s YBNL’s legacy. So if you think YAGI think YBNL think FAMILY”
Kesh said he got a lot more from YBNL than he was promised in the contractual terms of agreement.
“And did I state that my contract included 3 videos for me and one album? But Baddo went out of his way to shoot about 5 videos for me. Business or no business, YBNL is family and will always be till I go 6ft under the ground.”
Lil Kesh also officially announced the set up of his record label – YAGI.
“YAGI records is real with the support of my big bro Olamide. YBNL remains my management for life, YBNL doesn’t just produce successful artists, it produces artists that will help produce other successful artists.”
“That’s the dream Baddo shared with me about a year ago”, Lil Kesh added.
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