4 interesting facts about Kizz Daniel's highly anticipated album No Bad Songz

4 interesting facts about Kizz Daniel's highly anticipated album No Bad Songz

Nigerian music star Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe popularly known as Kizz Daniel has carved a niche for himself in the entertainment industry. Since his hit track Woju which shot him into the limelight, the star has not looked back.

The music artiste dropped his first album, New Era, in 2016 and fans have anticipated his next body of work. Kizz Daniel has delivered as he recently dropped another album, No Bad Songz.

Legit.ng has gathered four interesting facts about the new release.

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1. Date

The album No Bad Songz, was released on November 30, two years after he dropped his first body of work, New Era.

2. 20 track album

No Bad Songz is a 20 track album which includes his massive hit song, One Ticket. One ticket features DMW boss, Davido.

3. Artiste features

A number of A-list musicians are featured on the album including Diplo, Diamond Platnumz, Sarkodie, Wretch 32, to name a few.

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4. Producers

More than a few music producers worked on the album. Some of which include Major Bangz, Philkeyz, DJ Coublon, Killertunes, JayPhizzle, Luush, to name a few.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Kizz Daniel's former label, G-Worldwide, claimed ownership of his stage name.

Daniel and G-Worldwide have been locked in a legal battle over his career with the label claiming he is still signed to them. In a new development, the label has laid claim to his new name.

They made this claim in a statement released online. They also said shared evidence that the applied to the ministry of trade and investment for rights to the name.

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