Fast rising music act Opeyemi Babtunde Rahim popularly known as Lyta, recently took his exit from Olamide led YBNL Records, due to some personal issues he faced during his stay.
In a recent interview that surfaced online, Lyta opened up about the events that led up to his exit from the label as well as his battle with depression and his mother’s blindness.
He said at a point in time, he got a call from his dad telling him that a benefactor had shown interest in supporting his music, and as such he should bring it to Olamide’s notice.
On informing Olamide, the rapper gave him a go ahead and told him to proceed if he thinks the move is best suited for his career that the time.
Unfortunately, the move did not seem to favor him as he revealed that he has been idle for the past months and this has led to his depression.
Speaking further, the young act disclosed that his blind mum has been the inspiration behind doing music, as it is the only available means to take care of her needs.
Fielding a question about the nature of his deal with the label, the young hip hop act claimed that he never had any written contract with YBNL, as he was only spotted on the street and brought into the label by Olamide.
On how he was remunerated for his efforts as a member of the label, Lyta said there were times when he got paid as much as 50-80k. He, however, added that after the release of his singles Time and Selfmade, he never got anything as compensation.