Olamide Names Best Record Label Ever in Nigeria Music Industry

One of the subjects mentioned today in the Nigerian music industry is the issue of record labels; there has been many comments on this topic in recent week due to the Cynthia Morgan saga, Olamide has therefore named his best record label ever in the turn of events.

Olamide himself was once a signed artist to Coded Tunes before floating his own record label known as YBNL (Yahoo Boy No Laptop) Nation. YBNL is unarguably one of the popular record labels in the country and has produced stars like Adekunle Gold, Lil Kesh, Chinko Ekun, Fireboy DML, and so on.

International Record Label
International record label

Baddo as he’s fondly called also has his record label, YBNL Nation on a joint venture deal with an international distribution company, Empire Music Group. A deal which makes Fireboy DML, and any new artiste signed to YBNL Nation become an automatic beneficiary.

Olamide is a veteran in the Nigerian music industry and is best placed to know the best ever record label in the country.

Olamide on the Best Record Label Ever in the Nigerian Music Industry

Olamide through his Twitter post mentioned Mo’Hits Records as the best record label in the Nigerian music industry.

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He tweeted @Olamide ‘’Mo hits still one of the best things to ever happen to Nigeria music. Gave us good music and thought us how to carry our brothers along. Even if they never come back together, still I say thanks to Jazzy and Banga and rest of the team for motivating us’’

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Mo’Hits Founders

Mo’Hits was a record label owned by Dbanj and Don Jazzy and was founded in 2004. Dbanj was the first recording artist signed to the label while he was also a co-owner. Don Jazzy was the CEO/President of the label which went on to sign other artists including Wande Coal, Dr SID, D’Prince and K-Switch.

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