Former YBNL singer, Kosoko Adekunle, popularly known by his stage name ‘Adekunle Gold’, has confirmed his exit from the Olamide owned label, stating that he was signed to the label just for a period of two years, which was enough time for him to hustle hard while promoting his music and brand. Chatting exclusively with Showtime, he revealed that it is a standing policy for Olamide to sign an artiste for a period of two years after which you are free to be on your own without a contract renewal. Adekunle-Gold “Yeah, my contract expired and that is it, while in YBNL you don’t renew contracts; Olamide signed us for two years so that you can hustle on your own and then make things happen”, he revealed. He seized the opportunity to correct the impression which has since gone viral that he already owns and has floated his own record label. According to Adekunle Gold, he doesn’t own a record label and he has no plans to own one anytime soon, but if by streak of fate or chance it happens, he wouldn’t mind. “I don’t have my record label now, I’m on my own for now, and I don’t know about a record label but if it comes, fine, I don’t have the vision for now”, he enthused.