Lil Kesh speaks on his music & his relationship with female fans in new interview

Lil Kesh speaks on his music & his relationship with female fans in new interview

- The issue of age when it comes to Nigerian musicians is a topic that causes wahala any time it comes up

- Mainly because most of our musicians often falsify their age

- Popular musician Lil Kesh has made his views on the matter known saying age is nothing but a number

Age is not maturity, I may be young but I have seen a lot – 22-year-old Lil Kesh says

Lil Kesh

Speaking in a recent interview with Punch, popular musician Keshinro Ololade aka Lil Kesh made some eye opening statements about his career, his relationship with his female fans and how despite him finding fame and fortune at an early age, he considers himself to be fully mature.

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On fame and fortune:

“I always say I may be 22 years old biologically, but in my head, I’m older than that. Age is not maturity. It is your experience that makes you, and I have seen a lot. From being in the ghetto to living a better life; these things have built me.”

Age is not maturity, I may be young but I have seen a lot – 22-year-old Lil Kesh says

On competition within YBNL:

“No, there’s no competition between us. Olamide built the YBNL family in a way that we all love one another. Even if he is meant to release a song, and one of his artistes also wants to release a song, he would defer his to allow his artiste’s song to be put out. Besides, I won’t say I decided to do music like Olamide; it came naturally to me. We’re both from Bariga, and we have the same musical influences. YBNL has a sound of its own; it is not an Olamide sound, or a Lil Kesh sound.”

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On whether he has been asked to sign on the boobs of his female fans:

“Those things happen and I don’t even consider them as crazy anymore; it’s a normal thing.”

On his pastor father's opinion on his vulgar lyrics:

"Those vulgar songs are basically about me doing my job and he doesn’t interfere. Besides, not all my songs are vulgar. However, the ones that go viral are the ones with vulgar lyrics. I understand my markets, and I know the demography I’m directing my music to, which is the youth and adults. I’m a blunt entertainer, but I consider my fans, and always try to give them what they want. But this year, I decided that I’ll feed my fans with more meaningful songs that will inspire them."

Source: Entertainment.naija.ng

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