Adekunle Gold, Viktoh and Chinko Ekun are leaving YBNL following the termination in their -year recording and control settlement every.
In the meantime, the musicians are nevertheless trying to Olamide as they fear for their destiny.
‘Adekunle Gold’s contract with YBNL these days expired,’ an insider informed us. ‘He’s but to determine on his settlement renewal because he’s no longer ready to head unaided.’
Adekunle joined YBNL as an artiste for the duration of the first ever OLIC (Olamide live In concert) in December 2014.
Before his most important settlement following the release of his hit, ‘Sade’, the singer – who designed the well-known YBNL brand – used to work with the tune label as a snap shots fashion designer.
The contracts of Viktoh and Chinko Ekun expired long time ago, however they determined to preserve the update at the low as they fear it is able to make or tarnish careers.
Chinko Ekun become no where to be discovered at Olamide’s concert in Lagos on Monday, in which his label mate took turns on stage to thrill the gang.
‘similar to Chinko Ekun, both of them (Adekunle and Viktoh) don comot, but dem no loud am,’ some other spokesperson advised us in pidgin.
On April 26, a month after dropping his debut album (Y.A.G.I), Lil Kesh announced his departure from YBNL following the expiration of his -yr agreement to sell his track label.
It only took the label every week to sign new artiste, Temmie Ovwasa. And in November, Olamide gotten smaller rapid-rising Ikotun-based totally rapper, Davolee, who’s famous for his viral cover of ‘Panda’ by means of American artiste, Desiigner.
Three albums were launched underneath YBNL Nation in 2016: Y.A.G.I through Lil Kesh and Adekunle Gold’s Gold, which have been launched in March and July, respectively.
Label boss, Olamide additionally dropped his sixth studio album on Boxing Day, the equal day his OLIC3 concert held at Eko convention Centre in Lagos.
2017 will definitely be challenging for YBNL (Yahoo Boy No Laptop), which has been one of the distinguished Nigerian music labels in the last two years.