Olamide, Asisat Oshoala, Naira Marley wish Lil kesh on his 27th birthday today 16th March 2021
Yagi boss, Keshiron Ololade who is professionally known as Lil Kesh is 27 years today 17th March 2021, birthday wishes from Olamide badoo who was his boss back then in YBNL nation, Asisat Oshoala, Naira Marley, his fans and other celebrities were sighted as they took their time to celebrate him.
Happy Birthday to my YAGI bobo, love you crazy broski
Naira Marley and Barcelona woman female striker, Asisat Oshoala who is also a Nigerian took their time to comment under the post Lil kesh made as he celebrates himself.
Happy Gday broski
Lil Kesh Biography
Keshinro Ololade, professionally known as Lil Kesh, was born on the 14th day of March 1995. His home is in Bariga, Lagos State, Nigeria. He once described himself as a street kid who knows what the people from the street want to listen to.
Information about his family is not yet in the open but we know that he is originally from the Yoruba tribe. The musician resides in Lekki, Lagos at the moment. What is known about his education is that he was in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Lagos.
Lil Kesh was just one among millions of aspiring musicians hustling to land a big break in Nigeria. The young and bright artist started his career journey in 2012, growing up in the neighbourhoods of Bariga. He would show off his rapping talent among his peers and what started as a fun, became a pacesetter for a successful music career. His music genres include Hip Hop, Afropop and Dancehall. His style is said to be similar to that of the Yoruba Hip Hop recording artist, Olamide.
The release of Shoki in 2012 and the invention of the dance that goes along with it, paved a smooth career path for Keshi, leading to the subsequent release of his very first album YAGI. His other singles include;
- Is It Because I Love You? (2015)
- Bend Down Select (2016)
- Apa Mi
- Yagi Girls featuring Wizkid
Lil Kesh won Nigerian Teen Choice Award for Celebrity Award – Song Of The Year (Shoki) in 2015. This was followed by the City People Entertainment Awards for Popular Song of the Year (Shoki).
While he was nominated for The Headies 2015, losing the award spiked Olamide, his then record label owner, to blast the organizers of the award ceremony, right there on the stage in the middle of the ceremony, for not naming Kesh as the winner of the Next Rated Award.