Lil Kesh turned up on 'The Drop Spot' @metro977fm two weeks after Rexx and Ife had Joey Akan (pulse.ng) join them in reviewing the album, 'Y.A.G.I' . Ife started off by mentioning her fovourites on the album which included, 'Life of a star ft. Adekunle Gold' and asked, 'has anybody complained that you have an attitude ...?' He responded with, 'definitely! I get it everywhere...that's part of what I am saying on the song. At times I might be having a bad day and because I'm a public figure I still need to smile... I am a human being too.' Lil Kesh went ahead to clear the air saying, 'if by any chance, I was rude to anybody or you asked for a picture and my manager pulled me away... or you probably got the wrong impression, I am not a snob, I respect all my fans.'
In response to Rexx's question about the album-making process, Kesh thinks, 'every proper artiste's debut album should always be a reflection' of his life, you should 'let people into you'. Rexx also went into asking if his contract with YBNL expired before Y.A.G.I (record label) was formed. Lil Kesh confirmed that his 2-year 'contract ended March' and that Baddo (Olamide) already shared the plan with him that when his contract ended, he should start his own label to help some other guys on the streets. The label,Y.A.G.I is still under YBNL Nation. Still talking about folks on YBNL Nation, he said, 'we are brothers, Olamide built us up in a way that we all see above the music... how can we help each other twenty years from now ... we want to be controlling millions twenty years from now.'
Watch the video to know the truth behind the rumour that Y.A.G.I was a free album, when Lil Kesh plans on signing new acts to his label, Adekunle Gold's contribution to Y.A.G.I, why Patoranking's name was left out of the credits and more.