- It appears the business romance between Lil Kesh and his former record label YBNL has come to an end
- He recently announced his move to a new management company
- What this means for his relationship with Olamide is yet to be ascertained
Lil Kesh seems to be making big moves in his career. First, he mellowed down his sound, now he has changed his management company.
The popular musician recently took to Instagram to reveal that he has changed his management team and he is now signed to Massive Management a management company helmed by media personality Olamide Adedeji.
This move comes as a surprise to many because even though Lil Kesh has his own record label YAGI records, his former record label YBNL was still in charge of his management.
Does this mean he and Olamide are no longer as tight as they once were or is this a business decision? Only time would tell.
A management deal is simply a contract between an artiste and his manager or his booking company. It usually discusses percentage (who gets what) after the artist gets paid for a show.
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