Kizz Daniel releases new EP to celebrate 10 years on stage

Popular musician, Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, also known as Kizz Daniel, has marked his 10 years on stage by dropping a new Extended Play.

Kizz Daniel took to his social media pages on Monday, 11th of March 2024 to release the four-track EP, titled ‘Thankz Alot’.

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The award-winning singer expressed deep appreciation to his fans for their unwavering support throughout his career.

The EP contained two previously released songs, ‘Too Busy to Be Bae’, and ‘Twe Twe’ as well as two new songs, ‘Sooner’, and ‘Showa’.

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Meanwhile, in other news…

Award-winning Nigerian skit maker, Mark Angel Comedy has revealed that a friend who often ridiculed him for doing skits now works for him.

He said there was a time he almost abandoned comedy due to challenges in the early stages and discouraging comments from friends.

Mark Angel opened up during a chat with Teju Babyface and recalled how one of his buddies who worked with a multinational oil firm, mocked him during his days as a struggling skit maker.

The content creator stated that he started making skits in 2013 but before he hit fame in 2015, his friend questioned him on whether it was skits he wanted to use to feed his family.

The online comedian, who also did skits with child prodigy, Emmanuella, said even at that he didn’t achieve financial breakthrough until the next year.

Mark Angel said; “One day, I was coming back home from the location with my laptop and camera, and Alloy who was working with Shell Nigeria then stopped me to say, ‘Mark, you intend to provide for your family with skits? Really? This ‘foolishness’ is your plan to take care of family? Just wandering and trekking aimlessly with laptop? At least, pay for a ride on a commercial motorcycle!’

“As at that time, I was investing every money I was making into my craft. Because at that time the only way you could get ahead was to pay bloggers. I even put one of the bloggers on monthly payment. I paid the blogger N30,000 every month to promote my skits.

“Alloy who was discouraging me back then now works in my construction company. He works for me now. So every time, I teased him about how he was mocking me during my days as a struggling skit maker.”