“I rejected a couple of deals from big artists before Olamide” – Fireboy DML

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Fireboy DML, a popular Afrobeat musician, has said that he turned down lucrative agreements from major artists in the industry until his senior colleague and record label boss, Olamide, walked up.

The singer said in an interview that he was approached by a few well-known singers who wanted to sign him to their record company, but he declined.

Fireboy stated that when Olamide arrived, he was convinced that he was making the decision for him, and that this process assisted his future career decisions.

View some replies to Fireboy’s assertions.

Dy Baby asked: “Why is fire boy talking so much all of a sudden”

Desmond queried: “But you never blow during that time, how come you reject big deals?”

Depegan of Lagos noted: “He’s in a safe hand”

Emperor said: “Person when be like death been de call am go reject deals from big artists, abeg this lie no make sense. Everybody Dey lie for this music industry ooo”

Lonely wrote: “God’s time is the best. Imagine if he later signed for another label apart from Ybnl he might not have reached this level”