Former YBNL artiste, Lyta has revealed the reason why he left YBNL record label owned by Olamide.
The singer did this in an interview with Cool FM’s Dotun, on the Midday Oasis show, on Thursday, July 18, 2019.
According to Lyta, he left YBNL because he was not releasing new songs as often as he wanted to.
“When I dropped ‘Selfmade’, I was supposed to drop songs back to back.
“Some people get tired when they call me for a show and I perform only 2 songs,” he stated.
When asked what pushed him to leave, the artiste stated that he wanted to do new music for his fans.
He said: “I want my fans to hear more, I want to do music for them.
“I want to feed my mum.”
Lyta further stated that he still loves Olamide and asked him to forgive him for leaving YBNL.
Furthermore, he revealed that he has signed a new deal with a record label, Doro Music.
See the video of the interview below: