KSI launches his own music label

British YouTuber-Rapper-Boxer KSI has announced the launching of his own music label; ‘The Online Takeover’.

The creative (real name Olajide Olatunji), posted the news on his Twitter around midday on Tuesday.

The Online Takeover has been established in partnership with KSI’s manager/owner of Proper Loud Music, Mams Taylor.

The news comes after the star last week appeared to leak his future album artwork and title.

Despite starting off his career as a YouTube personality, KSI has achieved a number of top 10 hits as an artist. Most recently, he’s dropped two tracks in collaboration with Digital Farm Animals; ‘Really Love‘ featuring Craig David and ‘Don’t Play‘ featuring Ann-Marie. His debut album ‘Dissimulation‘ also debuted at no. 2 on the UK Album Charts last year.

The label’s first signing is Aiyana-Lee, who KSI previously collaborated with on his 2020 track ‘Killa Killa’.

We look forward to seeing KSI continue to thrive in his creative endeavours.

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