“It Has Not Been Easy For Me Financially Since I Left YBNL” – Viktoh Cries Out

September 4, 2020
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Former YBNL act, Victor, popularly referred to as Viktoh has opened about his challenges since leaving the record label.

In an interview with Tooxclusive, Viktoh shared more details about his plans for the future and his music career.

According to him, his lastest song which features Zlatan took him about a year to record. He stated that he never expected the track to garner positive reviews as it is doing now. On releasing the track, he said he reached out to many big artistes to help invest and sponsor his music but he got no response.

Speaking on leaving YBNL, Viktoh said it has not been easy financially because there’s a huge difference between being under a record label and being an independent act. He disclosed that he has to sponsor himself to push his music and vowed never to release music again if he wasn’t going to get any sponsors.

He also spoke about his forthcoming EP and confirmed that it features the likes of Buju, Dremo, Zlatan, and possibly Lil Kesh. He further disclosed that he has an album that would be released after the EP.

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