Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, the Nigerian singer better known as Kizz Daniel, has taken to social media to talk about his ethnic identity. 


Shortly after the release of his singles — ‘Twe Twe’ and ‘Too Busy to be Bae’ — the singer engaged his fans in a chat.

‘Twe Twe’ is a fusion of tradition and modernity that draws inspiration from the rich cultural heritage of the Nupe tribe in Nigeria.

With the new sound, some social media users inquired if Daniel shares a lineage with the northerners.

Reacting to the tweets, the ‘Buga’ hitmaker revealed that he shares two ethnic identities.

He said he is “half Yoruba and half Fulani”.

Although the singer did share more details about his cultural background, his revelation attracted reactions from social media users.


Daniel rose to prominence in 2015 with the release of his single titled ‘Woju’.

He signed a record deal with G-Worldwide Entertainment in 2013 but left the label following a contract dispute and court case.

He later established Flyboy Inc, his record label, in November 2017 but recently stepped down as the CEO.

He signed Emperor Geezy, his ex-label boss, as Flyboy Inc’s head honcho.

He has also received several awards and recognition for his craft.

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