- Nigerian music star Kizz Daniel is making waves following his new achievement as he sold ould his London concert
- The Nigerian singer is on his Afroclassic World tour, which he commenced in January this year and will end in December
- Many of the singer’s singer’s fans and followers have taken to social media to applaud him, as they referred to him as the artist of the year
Talented Nigerian singer and songwriter Kizz Daniel is making headlines after shutting down his London concert.
The singer and father of two is currently on his Afroclassic World Tour, which he commenced in Africa in January 2022 and is scheduled to at the end of December.
On Friday, May 13th, Kizz Daniel had a concert at the O2 Academy Brixton in London, where he left his fans thrilled with fine performances.
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Kizz Daniel performed his hit songs like ‘Laye’, ‘Woju’, ‘Buga’, among others.
Videos from the concert which surfaced online showed the turnout was massive.
See the post below:
Reactions as Kizz Daniel sold-out London concert
Many of the singer’s fans and followers have taken to the comment section to react, as many referred to him as the number one artist in Africa in 2022.
Legit.ng captured some of the reactions, see them below:
” it was lovely Birmingham next weekend.”
“More grace keep going, we dey your back.”
“Everybody no say omo me I no dey lie.”
“Kizz is good abeg. Yet too underrated in the industry.”
“You are too much o you are the best.”
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Popular Nigerian singer, Kizz Daniel, showed fans the faces of his two sons, Jelani and Jalil, on social media.
The Oshe crooner took to his official Instagram page to share an adorable video of his boys in what appeared to be his living room.
In the clip, both boys were spotted riding in their impressive miniature Benz with customised number plates while their father controlled its movements.
The singer also noted in his caption that the cars were gifted to his kids by popular comedian, Taaoma.