Kizz Daniel, the singer, has stepped down as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Flyboy Inc., his record label.
Speaking on the recent edition of the Way Up podcast, the 29-year-old musician also disclosed that Emperor Geezy, the CEO of G-Worldwide, has been signed as the label’s head honcho.
Kizz Daniel said he has signed a new artiste to the label.
The singer added that he is now focused on building music talents in Africa.
“So, recently, I stepped down as the CEO of Flyboy Inc. So I signed up Emperor Geezy. That’s the new CEO of Flyboy Inc. and then we just signed a new artiste, Prime, that’s his name. He is really good. He is also on the album,” he said.
“Right now, part of the project we wanna do is to put out young talents from Africa to the rest of the world.”
Born Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, the songwriter rose to stardom after the release of ‘Woju’ in 2015.
The ‘Buga’ crooner signed a record deal with G-Worldwide Entertainment in 2013 but left the label following a fall-out with the music label.
He then established Fly Boy Inc., his own record label, in November 2017.
In the same year, Kizz Daniel signed two artistes — named Demmie Vee, the singer, and Philkeyz, the record producer — to the label.
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