Lyta Biography And Net Worth 2020 Forbes: Age, Phone Number, Songs
It may be pretty too early to compare Lyta’s biography and net worth to some other gooms like Joeboy, Fireboy, and many more. But his impressive performance over time has spotted him a chance to appear on FlexyBuzz.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian music industry continues to witness an upsurge with the rise of fast-growing talents.
Opeyemi Babatunde Rahim popular known as Lyta who hails from Kwara State made the mark as one to watch out among his pairs.
Reading further will give you a chance to know more about Lyta including his lifestyle, family, songs, phone number, house, and also if he has a wife.
Opeyemi Babatunde Rahim who is popularly known by the stage name “Lyta” is a Nigerian singer and songwriter.
He is 22 years of age born July 4th, 1998 in Ajegunle area of Lagos State with Kwara State origin.
Little or nothing could be said about his education as at the time of putting up this piece but surely he must have gained basics learning from Lagos State if not done with a degree or equivalent.
Lyta is known to have associated with a lot of artists including the likes of Olamide, Naira Marley, Davido, and a few others.
He drew so much attention with his song “Monalisa” which caught the listening ears of Davido and opted for a remix.
Lyta has shown his intention and admiration for music right from childhood. He officially kickstarted his music career at age 12 while the death of his close friend in 2017 got him inspired to release his first song “TIME” in 2018.
He began his trade in the entertainment industry on a bright note by signing a record deal in 2018 with Yahoo Boy No Laptop record label (YBNL Nation) own by famous rapper, Olamide.
February 14 2018 few days after the announcement of his new record deal, Lyta released his maiden single “Time” housing the vocal prowess of his new boss, Olamide.
Things were looking awesome for the latest YBNL signee until a deadlock was melt following contractual and personal issues that lead to his exit from the Label in 2019.
Lyta immediately follows suit with Doro Musik Gang and propels a masterstroke “Monalisa” on July 12 2019 to announce his arrival.
The song was produced by Killer Tunes while the music video was directed by Director K which got an impressive stream within the first month of release.
Lyta’s latest song as at happening got positive reviews and applause from various sections of music lovers and prompted Davido to asked for a remix.
The remix brought him more fame, an increase in net worth, and was described as a handsome contradiction by a popular Rolling Stone magazine pundit, Elias Light.
Meanwhile, the Kwara native afrobeat songwriter Opeyemi Babatunde Rahim has been involved with more recording label controversies.
He is currently signed into a Record label own by the controversial Marlian President, Naira Marley. As Lyta’s career pushes further, he has gone on to release the song “Hold Me Down” with the Marlians.
He has since released loads of songs but here are some of his major hit since his official breakthrough into the music industry:
- Time (2018)
- Cherry Eyes (2018)
- No More Ghost (2018)
- Unread (2018)
- Poison (2018)
- SelfMade (2018)
- Save Me (2018)
- Pure Water (2019)
- Lowo ft Wale Turner (2019)
- Monalisa (2019)
Lyta Social Profiles And Photos
You can follow Lyta on Twitter @official_lyta and on Instagram @Official_lyta where you will get to see his photos and other latest happenings. Meanwhile, we will always keep this page updated and relevant for you.
Lyta Net Worth
Lyta’s Net Worth is valued at $100,000 which he has earned from streaming and recording deals.
Cars And House
We could not get the exact brand of car and house own by Lyta as he mostly spotted posing with different exotic cars alongside fellow label mates.
Though, in February 2018 he shared a photo on Instagram of his newly purchased car which his formal boss, Olamide reacted to.
What Happened to Lyta and Olamide?
It was all over as reported by various news outlets the contractual pitfall between Lyta and Olamide which eventually led to the exit of Lyta from the YBNL record label.
Lyta was accused of trying to make move out of the recording label own by Olamide Baddo as he became furious about how his professional issues and personal matters were been handled.
According to the label boss Olamide, Lyta wasn’t pleased with the arrangement and music released plans. YBNL focused more on Lyta’s music in 2018 and Fireboy was slated for 2019.
This didn’t go down well with Lyta and became known to Olamide with several bidding interests on the rising talent.
However, a lot may have happened behind but this led to parting ways by Olamide and Lyta.
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