Kizz Daniel Talks Up His Versatility In The Industry

Kizz Daniel, the stage name of famous musician Oluwatobiloba Anidugbe, recently shocked his fans and other music lovers by releasing two songs to close out the year: “Twe Twe” and “Too Busy to Be Bae.” After speaking with the media, the artist released a statement on Tuesday, September 20, 2023. He said the tracks “further showcase his versatility and innovative approach to music, blending traditional Nupe tribe influences with contemporary sounds.” Daniel discussed how the songs were inspired, saying that “Twe Twe,” a lively and upbeat song that harmoniously blends tradition and contemporary, finds inspiration in the rich cultural legacy of the Nupe tribe in Nigeria.

The singer described the production as a fantastic and culturally rich song that has the power to bring people together beyond borders. The collaboration between Ayzed, Killertunes, and Blaise Beats in producing this piece of music is commendable.

“We were able to seamlessly weave traditional Nupe sounds into this infectious anthem, creating a sonic experience that is both authentic and exhilarating. With pulsating rhythms and dynamic instrumentation, I believe that the track will leave an indelible mark on the music scene, showcasing my commitment to pushing artistic boundaries.”

Daniel’s latest song, “Too Busy to Be Bae,” delves into the complexities of modern-day relationships and the challenges of finding love in a fast-paced world. The song’s thought-provoking lyrics provide a reflective and relatable take on the difficulties of navigating romantic entanglements amidst the chaos of a hectic lifestyle. The track highlights how individuals continuously juggle their lives with the perpetual hustle, leaving little time for meaningful connections. Daniel insists that the song’s compelling narrative will resonate with listeners from all walks of life, irrespective of their demographics. In summary, “Too Busy to Be Bae” is a poignant and relatable depiction of contemporary society’s struggles of balancing work, life, and love.

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