Nigerian Rapper, Lil Kesh’s story, is a story from grass to grace, as the singer has progressed tremendously since he was discovered by YBNL Boss, Olamide.

Now a label boss owner after his two year contract with prestigious label, YBNL expired, and no doubt he is still doing well standing as his own boss.

So far, so well, Lil Kesh has tried to keep a clean slate by staying far away from any form of controversy that would dent his career.

On a close look, you would discover that the artiste doesn’t do more collaboration compared to some of his colleagues in the industry.

What just shocked many is the fact that, unlike other artiste that have been spreading their wings and trying to establish their brand outside the country, Lil Kesh seems to be uninterested.

The rapper has made it known that he isn’t ready for any foreign collaboration as he feels he hasn’t gotten a desirable penetration into the Nigerian Music industry.

In his words: “I don’t feel like I need any of that right now, I’m still in the Nigerian market, I still need to conquer the market here to a particular point before I take it out.”