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About Kizz Daniel
Kizz Daniel, whose real name is Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and performer. He was born on May 1, 1994, in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.
Kizz Daniel started his music career while in university, where he formed a group called "Kiss" with two of his friends. However, the group disbanded soon after, and Kizz Daniel decided to pursue a solo career. He was discovered by G-Worldwide Entertainment, a Nigerian record label, and signed a record deal with them in 2013.
In 2014, Kizz Daniel released his debut single "Shoye," which was well received in Nigeria. He followed it up with another hit single, "Woju," which became a national anthem and earned him a nomination for the Headies Award for "Next Rated" in 2015. Kizz Daniel's debut album, "New Era," was released in 2016 and included hit songs like "Mama" and "Jombo."
In 2017, Kizz Daniel left G-Worldwide Entertainment and founded his own record label, Flyboy Inc. He released his second album, "No Bad Songz," in 2018, which included hit songs like "One Ticket," featuring Davido, and "Madu." The album was well received by fans and critics alike and cemented Kizz Daniel's status as one of Nigeria's top musicians.
Kizz Daniel's music is a fusion of Afrobeats, R&B, and highlife, with lyrics that cover topics such as love, relationships, and social issues. He is known for his smooth vocals, catchy hooks, and energetic performances on stage.
In addition to his music career, Kizz Daniel is also an entrepreneur and has invested in various businesses, including a real estate company and a fashion line.
Overall, Kizz Daniel has made a significant impact on the Nigerian music industry and has become a household name in the country and beyond.