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The Termination Of Lil Frosh’s Contract with DMW Is A Blessing In Disguise For Him (Hottest Post)

Overview Of: The Termination Of Lil Frosh’s Contract with DMW Is A Blessing In Disguise For Him (Hottest Post)


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Just like Idowest, Yonda, Ayanfe, Danagog and others, Lil Frosh‘s talent was almost going to be buried in DMW.
Before getting that DMW record deal, Lil Frosh was known to be a very talented promising young artiste who can flow well on any beat.
At that point, he needed a record label to push him further and help him go long in the music industry but that label was not like DMW.
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Why DMW Wasn’t The Right Record Label For Lil Frosh👇
Being a street artiste in DMW is hard because the label doesn’t seem to believe in raw street music and that’s why they don’t invest so much in their street acts.
Personally, My though, DMW signs street acts just for clout gains not because they want to really invest in the artiste consistently.
Another thing , the DMW environment won’t be conducive for him as a young artiste to make good music, there are high chances that he will get carried away with the drip and expensive social life within the label.
Also, being with DMW will definately take him away from the street, thereby it will let him finding it difficult to relate with his fellow street guys in other to get inspired to create good street Vibes.
For instance, his first song under DMW is “50 Fifty” was way below what was expected of him at that point of release. On that song, He was just struggling to blend street with porsh love song.
Thank God for Mayorkun‘s assistance on this music titled“Kolerebody“. From the start of the song, you’d notice His forcing the same style he used on “50 Fifty“.
DMW is not just the right label or it’s not for for Lil Frosh considering the fact that he never recorded any major career growth with the label
Lil Frosh After Termination Of His Contract At DMW
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The circumstances that led to Him being shown the exit door from DMW wasn’t good enough at all.
I feel the label had the gut to let Lil Frosh go in that manner because they don’t see him as an artist to invest on afterall. If it was Peruzzi in the midst of such situation, I am very damm sure they won’t throw him away as they do Lil Frosh .
Few months after the termination of the DMW’s contract, Lil Frosh did so well by putting the past behind him and focus on his career.
His first attempt to come back from the domestic violence drama is the song title “Oshaa“. The song got me knowing that the original Lil Frosh I know is back and better to the street.
He was able to string a couple of mature lyrics together on the song and delivered it fantastically, talking about how he believes so much in himself and doesn’t give a fvck about competition.
Lil Frosh new song “Omo Ologo” featuring Zinoleesky shows how much Lil Frosh has improved as a musician in terms of versatility, songwriting and music delivery.
Lil Frosh and Zinoleesky on a song and He took the chorus? Whao!! That makes a lot of sense and it’s a sign that the ex-DMW act is moving on a different wave.
Advice To Lil Frosh
Know this today, you’re a star and your star will shine brighter than this if you’re always conscious of making the right move in life.
You have started this year on a very bright way and if you’re ever going to consider any record label again;
👉 Be sure the record label is not overcrowded
👉 Be sure the record label has a good genuine plan for you and will stand by you in tough situations either good or bad
👉 Never join a label that will take you far away from the street
You might not have access to all the fun lifestyle and the expensive material being a DMW artiste again, but the most important thing is you are able to make songs that many people love and your career is growing.
With consistent release of good vibes music, proper branding, and management, the sky is the beginning for you (Amen).
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