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NIGERIA Kiss Daniel Reveals Plans for 40 Worldwide Collaborations in 2018

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Quite a number of our favourite Nigerian recording artistes seem to be in the form of their lives right now, but, even among the lot, easily stands out.

Since his highly publicized albeit messy split from his erstwhile record label, G-Worldwide Entertainment, the superstar seems to be doing much better than the virtually everyone expected.

As the boss of his own relatively young imprint, Flyboy I.N.C, has already recorded significant success with the release of scorchers such as “No Do” and “4Dayz”.

With scintillating live shows such as his recent performance at one of the Big Brother Naija live shows and his rumoured love affair with the sensational songstress, Chidinma, the singer seems to have it all going for himself.

Still basking in the success of his joint effort “Gbayi” with prolific indigenous rapper CDQ, recently took to Twitter to reveal vital insights about his music plans for the year.

According to the serial hit-maker, he has 40 collaborations worldwide scheduled for this year alone and consequently might not be able to drop any more singles till the year runs out.

Describing the current state of his music with the hashtag #LegendaryWave, Kiss Daniel hinted at the possibility of dropping an album in 2019. Now that’s something ardent fans of the young superstar can look forward to.

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Have a look at the music maker’s tweet below:

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Graduate Petroleum Engineer (B.Eng. Hons) with significant hands-on experience and practical training in the areas of Reservoir Engineering, Project Management, HSE, Customer Support, Content Development, Radio Presentation and Journalism.I'm a young, passionate soul who has particularly fallen hopelessly in love with the sheer wealth of expression that writing and music both afford, and with their unparalleled power to entertain, educate, inform and ultimately inspire all at once.

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