“I’m not signing any artist to my record label for now” – Rapper Ycee
It is no longer news that Oludemilade Martin Alejo, popularly known as Ycee who came into limelight upon his 2015 release of ‘Jagaban’, has taken an exit from the record label that brought him mainstream success, Tinny Entertainment.
Rumors broke out late last year that the Nigerian rapper and songwriter had taken an exit from the record label and just a few days ago, the rapper confirmed the rumors through a question from a fan on twitter who asked if he had left ‘Tinny ent.’ to which the 25 year old rapper replied ‘Yeah’.
The ‘Omo Alhaji’ star has now made an announcement about his new label via Twitter on January 16, where he revealed the label name to be ‘Ain’t Nobody Badder Than (ANBT)’
— ZAHEER! (@iam_YCEE) January 16, 2019
Today, January 18, in an interview on TVC’s Entertainment Splash, he revealed to the hosts that it has been a completely different ball game for him, owning a record label.
‘Going from being under a record label to staying on your own, there are more responsibilities that comes with it. Right now, I don’t just do the singing, I’m now an executive myself.’
Speaking on whether or not an E.P should be expected from him anytime soon, the rapper responded in the affitrmative. He said:
‘Yes, Yes, expect the release of my album soon. But no, I’m not signing any artist to my record label for now.’
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