Apart from making music himself, Olamide has single-handedly raised a lot of stars in the music Industry by signing them to his record label. Despite this, some of his promising artiste are no longer buzzing the music industry again ever since they left Olamide.
In any moment from now, we shall be taking a look at some of the artists who are no longer being hyped like before ever since they left Olamide.
1. Lil Kesh
Just like Zlatan, this young talented artist was the king of street music during his time at YBNL. But ever since he made the decision of being a boss on his own, his career haven't been the same again.
Though he is currently still releasing music, those who knew him before can confirm to you that his career took a major drop ever since his departure.
Despite showing potentials that he was one day going to become a star like Wizkid or Davido, Lyta's controversial exist from YBNL is something that has stopped that from happening.
Though he currently under Naira Marley's label, he is still struggling to remain relevant in the industry ever since he chose to leave Olamide.
3. Temmie Ovasa
A musician that has mysteriously and completely disappear from the industry ever since she left Olamide's label is this lady. Despite the fact that she didn't have a lot of hit tracks during her time with Olamide, she was still doing far much better than than now.
What do can you say is the cause of their downfall, should we blame it on greed?
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