Adekunle Gold in a recent chat with HIP TV, opened up on his situation with the Olamide Adedeji-led record label.
“My contract expired, that’s it,”
“When that happens, you either discontinue or you don’t. Olamide said it times without number that he signs his artistes for two years.
Adekunle Gold then praised Olamide for creating a way for budding artistes to use the platform of YBNL to push their craftsaying;
“Olamide is grooming aritstes. Shout out to him. He has helped me, he’s put me and Lil Kesh on and now he has other artistes to cater for.
There’s YBNL princess and there’s Davolee,”
“It’s normal. He can’t do too many people at the same time and we somehow, God has blessed us and we feel it is time for us to move.
“My contract expired but I’m still with YBNL. YBNL is not a label, it’s a family, it’s a movement.”
The ‘Nurse Alabeere’ singer said he still maintains regular communication with his former label boss.
“Olamide still calls me and we talk. There’s no bad blood,” he added.