Kizz Daniel is not ready to get slowed by any preventable let due to his stage name as he work to effect the needful changes in all his social media accounts.
The leader of the newly installed Flyboy I.N.C, Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, sometimes last month (May), announced a change in his stage name.
The change which is noticeable in its spelling, means that the woju crooner is no more identified as Kiss Daniel but Kizz Daniel and has been on work to effect the changes on all necessary documents, online and offline.
Prior to the announcement, he has effected changes to all possible uploads of musical records on online music outlets, especially on profound streaming platform – YouTube, to the new name.
Successfully of late, Kizz have changed his instagram handle from @iamkissdaniel to @iamkizzdaniel. His Wikipedia profile page have as well adjusted to such changes and several other platforms except Twitter, solely because there is an existing account to that name.
Much suggestion identify Kizz Daniel as the creator of the account, only waiting for the right moment to simultaneously grant it a delete while introducing the needed changes in current handle (@iamkissdaniel).
In all this, does this really get him completely off the wood? Is it a smart move as seems even after his former manager, Louiza Williams identified the move as being insignificant in her latest interview with Sunday Scoop last week?
Kizz Daniel court case with his aggrieved former record label, Emperor Geezy’s G-Worldwide Entertainment is still ongoing as the last appearance on May 16 saw an adjournment to 26th of this month.
While an injunction restricting him from performing, recording under the name Kiss Daniel is active, he’s sure free to give his fans his creative taste of music under the new name – Kizz Daniel, promised to treat us with 40-hot collaborations this year.
His latest contribution on DJ Neptune’s lately released music project, an album titled “Greatness” has been marked the best among the rest.
He has so far being involved in about 8-collaborative songs this year – including DJ Neptune’s “Wait“, Omawumi’s “Me Ke“, CDQ’s “Gbayi“, DJ Spinall’s “Baba“, Ben Pol’s “Zai“, Seyi Shay’s “Surrender”, Harrysong’s “Selense“ and DJ Big N’s “My Dear“.