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Decline In Davolee And YBNL Princess, Temmie Ovwasa’s Music Career, A Slap On YBNL’s Face

During the reign of the likes of Lil Kesh,Adekunle Gold, and Chinko Ekun as YBNL acts, the record label was among the A-list record labels in Nigeria alongside MAVIN, MMM and a host others.
After the exit of YBNL pioneer signees in 2016, it’s becoming too obvious that the record label is losing her value as regards positive influence in the career of newbies signed onto the label.
In April 2016, the first YBNL female artiste, Temmie Ovwasa fondly called YBNL Princesswas signed barely one week after Lil keshpublicly parted ways with YBNL.
Her acceptance by the entire YBNL fan base and other music lovers was so spontaneous that she was already a superstar even before she released her debut single, “Jabole” in May 2016.
Meanwhile, the last time any music material was attributed to Temmie was October 2016 when she dropped her second official single “Afefe“. With her efforts on the song, many entertainment platforms were tempted to place her on the top spot of artistes to watch out for in 2017.
It’s already 11th month of the year, not even a single track has been heard from YBNL Princess. This sudden career decline, if not total shutdown still remains a misery to many. No one saw it coming.
With little or no success from Temmie‘s contract, YBNL boss, Olamide went ahead to sign another young talented Indigenous Rapper, Davoleeearly this year. With only one official single so far, “Festival Bar” which was his debut.

However, it seems Davolee and Temmie Ovwasa are suffering the same faith.

If the hustle of both Temmie Ovwasa and Davolee before signing to YBNL is anything to go by, then it will be unfair to question their ability in making music.

What then could be responsible for their inconsistency?

So, does it mean YBNL has joined the league of those record label that will sign artistes and not cater for them in the long-run? You know the Labels, No need mentioning names here 
Come to think of it, the year is going to an end and no YBNL act apart from the boss, Olamideseems to be a contender for any award category.

It’s just a shame or what do you guys think?

Let’s have your thoughts on this!

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