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Kizz Daniel Acquires New Rolls Royce Cullinan To Mark Decade On Stage

Nigerian sensation Daniel Anidugbe, better known by his stage name, Kidz Daniel, celebrated his glorious ten years in the music business with a superb celebration that spared no expense. The musician initially shot to prominence with his chart-topping hit song “Woju” in 2014, and he has since solidified his place as a significant player in the thriving Nigerian music industry. On November 30, Kizz Daniel celebrated ten years of his incredible career by showcasing his newest purchase—a brand-new Rolls-Royce Cullinan—on his Instagram feed. He joins superstars like Davido, Wizkid, and Burna Boy as owners of such pricey, high-end automobiles.

The magnificent show honoured his incredible journey and unwavering dedication to his craft. The singer of “My G” uploaded an Instagram story to show off the splendour of his celebration and express gratitude to the supernatural forces who have guided his path. He wrote in earnest affirmation,

 “Officially a decade on stage today… Alhamdulillah. Decided to gift myself. Cheers to many more decades. Love 2 Vado Nation.”

The lavish gesture honours Kizz Daniel’s achievements in both his personal and professional lives and highlights his unwavering dedication to perfection and his lasting relationship with his devoted fan base, known affectionately as the “Vado Nation.”Fans excitedly await the artist’s next musical journey and the prospect of more decades full of chart-topping hits and unforgettable moments as he celebrates his tenth anniversary. The star has promised to release two new songs before the year ends, but he has not disclosed a release date.

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