Popular Nigerian musician Kizz Daniel has revealed that the catchphrase “Odo Yewu” in his most recent number-one record, “Cough,” which was released last month, is a thank-you to Ghanaians for their tremendous support of the success of his prior number-one single, “Buga.”
Speaking in an interview with Joy FM’s Lexiz Bill on the Drivetime Show recently, the artiste who is billed to perform at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar this weekend said he took the decision because he was overwhelmed by Ghana’s support.
When Buga was released, he explained, it spent the most time at the top of the charts in Ghana compared to other African nations.
“Buga stayed at number 1 in Ghana the longest, out of all the African countries. So I was like ‘big love to Ghana,” Kizz Daniel said.
The song by Buga received a tonne of exposure in Ghana and was streamed by millions of Ghanaians. It presently has over 91 million views and 100 million streams on YouTube and BoomPlay, respectively.
The recently released song Cough is both hot on TikTok and performing exceptionally well on music streaming services.
Speaking about the development of his career, Kizz Daniel—real name Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe—said he was appreciative of his accomplishments but aspired to greater heights.
“I’m grateful for where I am now but I want to be more, I mean the next level. This is very possible because of my fans worldwide,” he said.
Kizz Daniel tweeted on October 16 about his appearance at the 2022 World Cup.
The Lord says, “See you in Qatar,” in his writing.
Along with J. Balvin, Patoranking, and the Black Eyed Peas, he will perform with other musical legends.
Kizz Daniel will also be the main attraction in the Kizz Daniel Live in Ghana concert, which will take place on Friday, December 23, 2022, at Accra’s Untamed Empire Event Garden.
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