While his boldness is something every young artiste should get inspiration from, the sad part is the odds are firmly against Lil Kesh. His chances of succeeding on his own is very low judging by how other artistes that took his route have fared.
Allow 360dopes to take a look at 10 highly talented Nigerian musicians that decided to go solo and how their career went afterwards.
His career ever since that time has stagnated despite the singer working overtime to return himself to the top of Nigerian music food chain.
Wande Coal did well to retain Bankuli as his manager, unfortunately for him, nothing was the same.
Despite that, Aristokrat Records made success of him. Burna Boy didn’t repay that faith, he left the label out in the cold. By doing so, Burna Boy also left behind the spanner behind his work, LeriQ.
The singer has been solo ever since but he hasn’t reached the height he was destined to reach. It is fair to say the sky was Burna’s limit when with AR.
If Jaywon had released his album under Kennis Musicor a well funded label, his album would have done way better.
Jesse Jagz abandoned Choc city to find his own record Jagz nation. The quality of Jesse Jagz music didn't drop much while solo but he couldn't monetize as much because the brains behind him weren't the same anymore.
Unfortunately for him, his brothers Ice Prince and M.I have left him behind when he rejoined. Jesse now feels like an upcoming artiste
The singer cut ties with Square Records and also with Jude Okoye as his manager.
May D is now more known for his low budget videos than his hit records.
The question still remain on whether Brymo can achieve some level of mainstream success or not.
Look out for Brymo's Fifth studio album, Klitoris.
His struggles to retain his status has been well documented on blogs worldwide.
Thankfully, D’Banj is headlining show these days after struggling for almost half a decade