Nigerian fast rising singer, Lyta has opened on why he left Olamide’s record label, YBNL.
Recall that Lyta joined YBNL in 2018 but left the record label in 2019, after a dispute with the company.
Speaking in a recent interview, Lyta spoke on why he left the label, saying he heard a lot of “whispers” from friends in the industry and got “confused”.
The 24-year-old did not however, did not share more information on the nature of the rumours he heard about YBNL.
“It is just confusion. Maybe I was the one who was confused. Then when I dropped ‘Temi’, I met new people in the industry and there was so much stuff like that, and friends that were in the industry already were whispering things to me,” he said in a mixture of English and Pidgin.
“I’m a small boy, I can’t say I’m a small boy but like there were so many things and I didn’t know which one to believe.
“Some people got into my head with random s**t. I can’t even blame myself because I believe it is normal for upcoming artistes who don’t understand the industry.”