Lil Kesh is beginning a new journey and he wants his fans to know this.
In a new interview with Punch, the YAGI star opened up about his career, his pastor dad’s reaction to his music, and the direction he intends to take henceforth.
Recall that weeks after he floated his own record label, Olamide clarified that the younger rapper didn’t really launch out on his own, adding that the new label, YAGI, is under the auspices of the parent company, YBNL.
Now, Lil Kesh speaks about his career. And he makes a surprising statement about how much his fans prefers him singing vulgar songs.
“Those vulgar songs are basically about me doing my job and he doesn’t interfere. Besides, not all my songs are vulgar. I have recorded songs like Ishe, Semilore and others. 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.”