Kiss Daniel Leaves G-Worldwide To Start His Own Label

Kiss Daniel (real name | Anidugbe Oluwatobiloba Daniel)
nigerian pop star has finally left G-Worldwide Entertainment. The 23-year-old Yeba singer launched his own label, FLYBOI I.N.C and announced it all his social media pages. Kiss Daniel is known for some of his hit singles: Woju, Laye, Good Time, Mama and others.

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Kiss Daniel.

Many of his fans on social media congratulated him, asking him to take bigger risks by doing more collaborations while many think it too early for KISS DANIEL to be independent.

In July, Kiss Daniel dropped a hint on Twitter that suggested his planned exit from the label. He posted a tweet which insinuated his exit, but later deleted it. Just recently, Kiss Daniel released a new song titled “YEBA” which has been receiving positive reviews since its release. He (Kiss Daniel) started music professionally in 2013 when he met G-worldwide boss, Emperor Geezy.

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His debut single “Shoye” released in 2014 was produced by Beatburx. But he came into limelight with the release of his follow up single “Woju” produced by DJ Coublon.

The multiple–award-winning singer released his debut album “New Era” in 2016.

Davido Blasts AFRIMA Organizers -“Keep Your Cheap Awards that Peel”

Davido, Nigerian star singer has thrown a major shade at the organisers of All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA). Davido had on Sunday won two awards – ‘Best Worldwide Act and Best African Act’ – at the 2017 MTV EMAs.


He made history as the first African act to win two EMAs in one night.

However, his rival, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun aka Wizkid, won all three categories he was nominated for at the 2017 AFRIMA which held on Sunday at Eko Hotel and Suites in Lagos.

Davido, in his reaction, took to Snapchat to express his disgust. The artiste mocked the AFRIMA Awards, saying the one he collected last year has peeled off.

He said: “Let those ones keep their awards. That award that peels.” “Even the ones that I collected last year would have peeled completely. “My name is David. You can’t play with me and get away with it. 2018, I’m coming for you.”

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Vector Shades M.I for Dissing Nigeria Rappers

Vector has blasted M.I for dissing Nigerian rappers for his controversial diss song ‘You rappers should fix up your lives‘.

It will be recalled that the Chocolate City boss who is set to drop an album, attacked every Nigerian rapper for singing and making the Hip-Pop scene go cold in his stirring single.

MI and Vector in the good old days .

I should be close to retirement, couple more years we retiring. But none of you rappers inspiring, none of you passes the requirement, I can’t retire yet then,” he raps in the diss song.

The diss song is currently heating up the music scene in Nigeria, and so many rappers are not happy with M.I including N6 who recently got involved in a messy social media war with the Chocolate City boss and his label.

Now Vector who already has a beef with M.I is the latest rapper to react to his controversial diss song.

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While on Stage at the recent homecoming held for rapper Chinko Ekun at the Obafemi Awolowo University in Ife, the Lafiaji rapper called out M.I and told him to fix his own life first.

I no sabi to dey tell people to go fix up their lives for back, he continued, ‘Make dem tell person wey dey find trouble say we can never be on the same level,”’Plus, when you’re in the position of a God, you won’t leave that high place to be chairman anyways. Well, instead of fixing up our lives, we are fixing up every other person’s life. How about that?’

M.I Drags American Rapper, Nas, to Court after Paying $50k for a Verse

M.I Abaga and his record label, Chocolate City, are suing American hip-hop artist Nas for breach of contract.

M.I filed the lawsuit in the New York Supreme Court, claiming he and his record label entered an agreement with Nas and his partner Ronnie Goodman in 2013 to contribute a verse to a track from M.I but they did not deliver on it after a payment of $50,000 had been made.

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In the agreement, Nas was supposed to mention “M.I, Chocolate City, Nigeria, Queens, New York—NAS’s hometown—, Mandela, Trayvon Martin, and the struggles of Africans and African Americans” in his verse. Nas delivered the track but didn’t mention any of the subject matter Chocolate City had asked for.

Chocolate City then requested that the Queens rapper re-record the verse but he never did. It’s been over three years now and Nas still has not delivered on the verse though he has accepted payment, hence the lawsuit.

In the lawsuit, Chocolate City referred to Nas as “a highly respected lyricist in the music industry” and they wanted a verse from him “because of NAS’s exceptional talent as a lyric writer.”