The Olamide YBNL protege, who has evolved into his own man rightly, floating the ”Young And Getting It” YAGI movement turned a year older on the 17th of March.
Over the past year since he joined Olamide’s crew IN 2014, Lil Kesh has had out hit songs largely orchestrated by the YBNL in-house producers Pheelz and Young John.
Almost taking home the Next Rated Headies award 2015, losing out to Mavin’s Reekado Banks, Kesh went on to have a fantastic 2016, not letting the award eluding him affect his creativity.
The former YBNL-signee said that not everyone who comes around you to smile and hang out really wants the best for you.
He told Sunday Scoop, “There are lots of fake people in this industry. When they see you doing well, they would come around you. But what they are really after is the fame and the fortune they think you have and they wouldn’t think twice about betraying you. I have seen a lot of such people in the industry and I can’t tolerate them because I have no time for fake love.”
Asked if he had ever been betrayed by someone close to him in the music industry, he said, “It has never happened to me and that is because I deliberately keep my circle small. Most of the people around me now are the ones that I knew from way back. I’m not saying that it’s bad to make friends but one just has to be careful and smart in the process.”