YBNL’s artiste, Lil Kesh has made name for himself as one of the best new comers in the Nigerian music industry.
One of the strengths of the Olamide’s protégé is his infusing some vulgar lyrics into his songs. The young singer gave his reasons for being vulgar during a recent chat with Pulse TV.
He expressed surprise that his single, ‘Gbese’ was among the recently banned songs by NBC and latter appreciated the NBC board for banning the song after it had already gone viral.
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According to him, “I don’t see anything vulgar in ‘Gbese’ but I appreciate the ban after the song had blown, I could remember they banned ‘Shoki’ also when even JSS 2 students had it on their phones so their ban doesn’t make any difference but more controversy and putting my name out there again so no wahala”. He said.
He further sent a plead to NBC not to ban his latest single ‘Efejoku’ “please don’t ban Ekejoku again, NBC do we have beef? I don’t understand.
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He finally spoke about the vulgar lyrics in his songs, according to him,
“They are singles not an album, I know the kind of market am directing my songs to, am from the streets, I know what the people from the street want to listen to. A normal conductor on the street can be vulgar for 24hours so to catch his attention you need to study the kind of life he lives. Whichever way, all that is going to change before people tag me vulgar they should wait for my album that is expected to drop towards the end of the year. I have very positive songs. He concluded.