The almighty rise and fall of Lyta and Lil Frosh from stardom for certain mistakes and wrong decisions made in their music careers.
Sani Goriola Wasiu known professionally as Lil frosh is a talented Nigerian indigenous rapper, singer and songwriter formerly signed to a joint deal from Aloma Music Worldwide and Davido Music Worldwide (DMW) which is owned by Aloma and Nigerian top artist, Davido.
Lil Frosh was signed to Davido Music Worldwide on the 25th of October, 2019 and on October 6th, 2020, Nigerian superstar, Davido and his record label, DMW terminated the contract of its recording artist and rapper, Lil Frosh over allegations of domestic violence.
Opeyemi Babatunde Rahim popularly known as Lyta is a talented Nigerian artist. He is a singer and a songwriter. He was formally affiliated with Ybnl Nation in 2018 but left the label in May 2019 after having a disagreement with the label owner, Olamide.
Ever since he made that costly move, his career have faced a serious down turn in the ever competitive music industry. Rumors had it that Lyta was not okay with the labels calendar when it was the time to promote Fireboy so he had to leave the label due to skeptical reasons. Lyta’s has not faced the kind of buzz it used to get under Ybnl since his exit.
This clearly shows that as an aspiring fast rising upcoming artist with a bright future in the music industry, you have to be very careful with what ever steps you take. The steps of Lyta and Lil Frosh has contributed greatly to the ups and downs of their music careers.