Kizz Daniel signs two new artistes

Kizz Daniel and newly signed acts Demmie V, and record producer, Philkeyz. [PHOTO CREDIT: Official Twitter handle of Kizz Daniel]
Kizz Daniel and newly signed acts Demmie V, and record producer, Philkeyz. [PHOTO CREDIT: Official Twitter handle of Kizz Daniel]

Nigerian singer and songwriter, Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, widely known as Kizz Daniel, has signed two new artistes to his Fly Boy Inc imprint.

The announcement of the new signing comes shortly after he shared the official artwork and tracklist for his highly anticipated sophomore album christened, “No Bad Songz.”

Excited about the move, Kizz Daniel took to his Instagram account Thursday morning to share the news with the caption “Welcome to FLYBOY INC @demmie_v and @philkeyz.”

The new entrants are singer, Demmie V, and record producer, Philkeyz, who has been the brain behind some banging hits in the music industry. Philkeyz also has affiliation with Yemi Alade, CDQ, May D, among others.

The award-winning singer who rose to prominence after the release of his acclaimed single, Woju, joined his former record label, G-Worldwide Entertainment, in 2013.

He released his widely accepted debut album in 2014 titled “New Era” which further carved a space for him in the highly competitive music industry.

Kizz Daniel, formerly Kiss Daniel, however left G-Worldwide Entertainment in 2017 after series of legal tussle between himself and the label.

Following the official announcement of his departure, the “Laye” crooner unveiled his own imprint, FlyBoy Inc. which is now home to the two new acts, Demmie V and Philkeyz.


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