The sophomore album of Afropop singer Kizz Daniel will contain 20 songs, the same number as his debut effort.
Titled ‘No Bad Songz’, the album does not yet have a release date but the singer has been teasing fans with bit-by-bit information ahead of its release.
In the latest update on his social media pages on Wednesday, Daniel unveiled the full tracklist of ‘No Bad Songz’.
“Class resumes. #nbsthealbum. Date out soon,” the singer wrote.
Prior to revealing the name of the album, the ‘Woju’ singer had asked fans to guess what it could be, offering as much as N1 million for the correct answer.
‘No Bad Songz’ will be the first album released on his recently-launched Flyboi Inc record label.
The singer left his former record label, G-Worldwide, on an acrimonious note.
Following his departure from G-Worldwide, he changed his stage name to Kizz Daniel, a move many speculated was to avoid a lawsuit from the estranged record label.
The name change came after G-Worldwide Entertainment said it had obtained a court order restricting him from using Kiss Daniel.
Shortly after he became Kizz Daniel, G-Worldwide released a statement saying it had also trademarked the new stage name.
The matter is yet to be settled.
‘New Era’, Daniel’s debut studio album, was released in May 2016. The album contains hit singles such as ‘Woju’, ‘Laye’, ‘Good Times’ and ‘Mama’.
DJ Coublon, Young Jonn, Jay Sleek and Masterkraft were some of the producers who worked on the album.
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