Budding singer, Lyta a former signee of YBNL, Olamide’s record label, has finally reveals why he left the label.

Budding singer, Lyta a former signee of YBNL, Olamide’s record label, has finally reveals why he left the label.

Budding singer, Lyta a former signee of YBNL, Olamide’s record label, has finally reveals why he left the label.

In a recent chat with Hip TV on why he parted ways with the label, Lyta said he had a music release calendar which was unpredictable with how often he intended dropping new songs.

“When we want to drop new songs, we do so in a group of five artsites. I was dropping my songs and they were talking about a calendar of some sort that I knew nothing about. I couldn’t always have to wait that long before dropping songs for my fans,” he said.

“That was why I made the move to leave the label. Olamide treats me well. He takes me like a son and taught me lots of stuff, told me I had to hustle. While I’ve been there, I’ve been okay with the family. But for the good of my music career, I decided to move.”

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After LYTA’s departure, Olamide had in a statement explained that he (LYTA) told him some persons expressed interest in signing him and that the calendar routine was only a way to ensure even growth among upcoming artiste signed to the label.

“I don’t have any deal with YBNL or Olamide. Olamide saw me on the street and helped me. I don’t have any written contract with him… YBNL and Olamide will always be part of my story. God bless Olamide, thank you for everything. No love lost,” he had said.

“ Yes, I was getting benefits. They used to pay me for shows. Sometimes N80,000, N60,000. But when I dropped my songs, ‘Temi’ and ‘Selfmade,’ I didn’t get anything.”

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