Nigerian singer Kizz Daniel has disclosed that he hired Emperor Geezy, CEO of G-Worldwide, to run his own record company. The “Buga” singer was previously signed to G-Worldwide, but the two parted ways over some contract provisions, and after departing, the musician founded Flyboy Inc. in 2017.
According to Kizz Daniel, he hired Emperor Geezy to take over as label CEO after resigning. During an interview with American On-Air-Personality’s Angela Yee Way Up podcast, he disclosed this.
Additionally, Kizz announced the signing of a new musician to his music company, Prime. He claimed that Flyboy Inc.’s goal is to develop and support talented African talents. Kizz also revealed that the wedding with his unnamed fiancee is no longer happening.
In 2021, Kizz Daniel gave birth to a set of triplets named Jamal, Jalil, and Jelani with his enigmatic lover. Jamal was later lost just four days after delivery. The musician announced that he now had three sons, saying that the birth of his third son had been kept a secret.
Many would concur that this was an unexpected move by the singer, who was hit with a lawsuit that also caused his old label to change his stage name from “Kiss Daniel” to “Kizz Daniel.”