Lil Kesh covers MyStreetz Magazine’s Newest Issue

Lil Kesh

YBNL Nation’s Lil Kesh is the cover star for the latest issue of MyStreetz Magazine.

Lil Kesh

The publisher of the magazine, Sesan Adeniji wrote about the choice of the young rapper as the cover of the magazine.

‘There have been quite a few moments that stood out in the history of the Nigerian music industry but none gathered more conversations and created solutions to several nagging questions like the moment after the winner was announced during the 2015 Headies. While several media outlets jumped on the bandwagon to elaborate on who’s right, who’s wrong, who dissed the most and who deserved to win the award, we at Mystreetz Magazine took a different outlook to what that moment uncovered. That moment goes beyond who won and who did not. That moment revealed to us that the Nigerian music industry has transformed to a huge global village with unprecedented numbers of followers exchanging conversation in supersonic speed.  It was also an indication that the ‘Streets’ have become the major yardstick dictating who becomes endorsed, which artistes’ caller tunes transform organization’s account sheets into millions of naira. That moment told us that the Nigerian music industry has suddenly become one of the most viable sectors in the socio-economic activities in the country.  That moment justified the saying, hard work pays. With several facts to deduce from this story, in our own words we can say: ‘….And The Award Goes to Lil Kesh’.

Photo Credit: August Udoh

4 Comments on Lil Kesh covers MyStreetz Magazine’s Newest Issue
  • keke driver February 18, 2016 at 11:57 am

    This dude is cute for days….O MY!

  • lolookafor February 18, 2016 at 12:15 pm

    Dis is actually the first time am seeing dis guy ooo. he looks really clean tho.was expecting to see a scruffy looking guy. cleans up well.wouldnt mind it reflecting more in hes lyrics tho..but still, love ur hustle.

  • Prince February 18, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    The award is already with Reekado Banks and whatever your magazine name is don’t start any sh*t.
    Lil Kesh is good somehow but his music is just for some class of people. Reekado on the other hand has lyrics that transcends age and tribe, you can listen to Reekado’s song with your 10year old child but not Lil Kesh’s song.
    I love Lil Kesh no doubt but I love cool music so I go for Reekado baby.

  • Abidemi Olarewaju February 20, 2016 at 4:44 pm

    Brands , magazines and personalities alike all feed up what happened at the Headies. Thumbs up to The Headies for creating an amazing platform that recognizes geniuses . Of course yo award will go to lil kesh , how else will you link the audience of the streets to the name of your magazine. cool pictures though.

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