Nigerian Indigenous Rapper, Lil Kesh Shockingly Quits Music | See Details

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Former YBNL music record label artiste – Lil Kesh has announced his exit from the entertainment industry where he has carved a niche for himself to focus on business.

Keshinro Ololade, popularly known by his stage name Lil Kesh has announced his resignation from the music industry to focus on “business”.

This was revealed by the young artiste who raps in Yoruba language in a short video that is making rounds on social media.

In his words:

“Okay…announcement….I quit music. I am a businessman now”

The 22-year old who grew up in the ghetto area of Bariga, Somolu in Lagos State failed to disclose further the motivating factor(s) of his stunning decision in the video analysed by TORI NEWS. Lil Kesh’s line of business is also unknown as he didn’t give details.

Some social media users are alleging that Lil Kesh’s action is just a publicity stunt to draw media attention to himself after a poor run of recent events in his musical career.

He rose to fame after his chart-topping song titled “Shoki” rose to critical acclaim from music critics. He was signed to YBNL, the record label of popular Nigerian rapper, Olamide Adedeji popularly called Olamide Badoo.

Lil Kesh has made a fortune for himself in the highly competitive Nigerian music industry which is a strong force in Africa.

Watch the short clip of Lil Kesh’s unexpected announcement below:

 

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