My career is still very much alive, not dead – Lil Kesh reveals

My career is still very much alive,  not dead - Lil Kesh reveals 1

Ololade Keshinro popularly known as Lil Kesh has put to rest all the rumour about his career.

The former YBNL rapper, in 2018  told Punch Newspaper that he did not intend to do much in 2018.

“I didn’t hold a solo concert last year because I feel there is time for everything. To be honest, I didn’t have a lot of plans for last year. It wasn’t like I planned to do many things and couldn’t achieve them.”

“I didn’t intend to have many concerts or shoot a lot of music videos. Last year, I wasn’t just a musician. I was also a businessman and I tried to put a lot of things in place.”

“Although my energy was divided, I was happy that I was able to do other things apart from music.”

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Speaking on his plans for 2019, he said:

“I will start my tour soon and I will be in Europe for a month. After that, I still have plans for more tours.”

“I also intend to drop a body of work this year but it all depends on my fans’ demands”.

Talking about Chinko Ekun’s viral song, Able God which Lil Kesh featured in, the rapper said,

“The moment I heard the song, I knew it was a very good one that would be widely accepted because people love songs that give them hope.”

“I am not sure everyone (involved in the recording) knew it would be this big though. We had the song with us for more than a month before releasing it.”

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