On Twitter, Princess Vitarah revealed that she has no management and is not signed on to any label. But the tasty song has garnered over 60, 000 views since it’s release midnight February 29, more than the views most Nigerian top singers get on the first day of their music release.
Now, the huge question is this: has she drawn any record label attention?
On Twitter, Olamide said Princess Vitarah ‘done blow’, and it brings to mind his recent revelation that he is set to sign on the first female to his YBNL record label. “My YBNL First Lady should be combination of àśà and Dejloaf,” Olamide tweeted in January, before asking fans, “What do u suggest?”
Well, the award winning rapper may have just found the right lady. Yesterday, he gave a short review of Princess Vitarah’s song. “Apart from d Bleep yans shaa I felt her bounce and rhyming skills,” he said, adding, “sometimes we need ppl like ds to spice things up – she made me laugh.”