Since both artist parted ways, Lil Kesh has come out to clear the air saying despite floating my own record label, I am still very much with YBNL. He added that him and Olamide did not part ways because they had unresolved issues but because his contract with the record label expired and there was no need for renewal.
In an interview with TVC connect, Olamide opened up on Lil Kesh and what he has been up to in recent times saying: “I have been busy in the studio recording Adekunle Gold’s album, recording new songs for my new artist and also shooting videos for myself and Adekunle Gold.”
When asked about why he signs YBNL artists for just two years, Olamide said: “YBNL artists are not usually signed up for two years it depends on the deal we have but the deal I had with Lil Kesh and Victor was for two years.”
Speaking on Lil Kesh saying he is with YBNL, the music star revealed that: “Yes he is still with YBNL, we helped him set up his own record label, business and we will help him manage the business as well.”
However, just immediately after Lil Kesh’s exit from YBNL the record label boss immediately signed a new artist, Princess Temmie Ovwasa who was also described as the label’s first lady. The newly signed artist has already kicked off a media tour, where she opened on how she joined YBNL and how her parents have been very supportive of her music career.