Wizkid’s protege Damilola Afolabi who is better known as L.A.X has confirmed the rumors that he is no longer an artiste under Wizkid’s Starboy Entertainment.
For sometime now, rumors had it that Wizkid and L.A.X were no longer have a cordial relationship, and the latter had denied such insinuations at any given time.
There have been repeated allegations that Wizkid was not doing enough to promote the artiste as he should have.
In a chat with Sunday Scoop the “Gimme Dat” crooner revealed he is doing his own thing now, and he is no longer under Starboy.
L.A.X said, “I am no longer signed to Star Boy Records. Right now, I’m focusing on my own outfit and I’m doing my videos, A & R, music promotion, PR and other things myself. I’ve been working on my album for a while now but I’m still trying to put some finishing touches to it. I will be releasing it soon but that would be after I get back from my US tour. However, Star Boy has a lot of input in my new album that would be released soon and I still have a working relationship with Wizkid.”
During the chat L.A.X was asked why he engages on foreign tour will he is yet to be adjudged as being successful in Nigeria. He said the following.
“To be honest, I have more fans outside the country than in Nigeria. Nowadays, one can actually go online and find out where majority of downloads, streaming and other Internet activities come from. And I have discovered that most of my fans are in the US, followed by Canada and London. Obviously, they want me there more and that’s why I usually go there on tour. I had amazing experiences when I traveled out of the country on tour. I went to about 14 cities in Europe and America.”
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