Lil Kesh has confirmed he is leaving Olamide’sYBNL record label which brought him to limelight.
Kesh confirmed this via his Instagram page yesterday.
“Ok so it’s true that my contract ended about two weeks ago. Like we all know, my contract with YBNL was for two years but that’s the business side to it. And did I state that my contract included three videos for me and one album? But Baddo went out of his way to shoot five videos for me. Business or no business, YBNL is family and will always be till I go 6ft under the ground. YAGI records is real with the support of my big bro Olamide, YBNL doesn’t just produce successful artistes it produces artistes that will help produce other successful artistes. That’s the dream Baddo shared with me about a year ago.
“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’s legacy. So if you think YAGI, think YBNL, think family.”
Olamide also confirmed Lil Kesh’s departure from YBNL.
“Good day guys, sorry we didn’t put guys in the loop…maybe because we see no point in bringing it up because family is family business or no business. I signed two years deal with Viktoh and Kesh, it ended weeks ago but the bond is 007 (James Bond level) don’t touch it. Kesh got his own record label now #YAGI but still works with YBNL management.
Viktoh is still under YBNL management too so worry not. The world is ours for the taking… #YBNL #Family forever
Lil Kesh joined YBNL in 2014 and dropped an album titled YAGI, an acronym of Young and Getting It.