Kizz Daniel, the renowned Nigerian singer, has made a significant change in his career by stepping down as the chief executive officer (CEO) of his record label, Flyboy Inc. In an interview on the Way Up podcast, the 29-year-old artist revealed that he has appointed Emperor Geezy, the CEO of G-Worldwide, as the new head honcho of Flyboy Inc.
The decision to bring in Emperor Geezy as the label’s CEO showcases Kizz Daniel’s strategic vision for the future of his music career. This move also symbolizes a significant reconciliation between Kizz Daniel and G-Worldwide, the label with which he had a falling out in the past.
Kizz Daniel also announced the signing of a new artist to Flyboy Inc. The artist, known as Prime, exhibits immense talent and has already made appearances on Kizz Daniel’s album. With this latest addition to the label, Kizz Daniel aims to focus on nurturing and promoting exceptional musical talent from Africa and introducing them to a global audience.
Born as Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, Kizz Daniel gained prominence in the music industry after his 2015 hit track ‘Woju.’ Following a disagreement with G-Worldwide Entertainment, he established Fly Boy Inc. in 2017, laying the foundation for his own record label. In the same year, he signed Demmie Vee, a singer, and Philkeyz, a record producer, to Flyboy Inc.
Kizz Daniel’s decision to hand over the reins of Flyboy Inc. to Emperor Geezy reflects his desire to evolve as an artist and focus on discovering and nurturing new musical talents. By partnering with the former label boss, Kizz Daniel hopes to take Flyboy Inc. to greater heights, expanding its reach and impact in the music industry.
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With his immense success and influence, Kizz Daniel’s commitment to supporting emerging African artists and showcasing their talent to the world is a commendable step towards fostering a vibrant and diverse music industry in Africa.