Oluwatobiloba Daniel, better known as Kizz Daniel, is scheduled to perform as the main act at an event called “Kizz Daniel Live in Benin.”
The principal hosts will be the people of the old kingdom and the governor of Edo State, Godwin Obaseki, the oba of Benin, Oba Ewuare II, as the singer has promised to put on a magnificent performance.
The event is scheduled for Monday, December 26, 2022, and organizers have promised that there will be a number of side attractions that will live long in the memory of attendees.
According to a statement sent to Merrymakers, the event, which is being put on by Regis and Dreamalive Talent Hunt, would not only highlight Daniel’s inventiveness even more but also serve as a proving ground for other local talents.
The concert will be anchored by a comedian, Pikolo.
Other partners for the event are Peak Rendezvous Entertainment, Global Limited, and Christo Media Entertainment.
Meanwhile, the singer recently had one of his dreams come true when he performed at the ongoing World Cup in Qatar. Some months back, he had tweeted,
On Wednesday, November 23, Daniel finally lived his dream as he mounted the stage in Qatar dressed in a Gucci outfit. Songs he performed include ‘Buga’, ‘Cough’ and ‘One Ticket’.
While on stage, Daniel also paid a tribute to the late afrobeats icon, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, when he performed the latter’s song titled, ‘Lady’.
Pikolo, a comedian, will serve as the event’s host.
Global Limited, Christo Media Entertainment, and Peak Rendezvous Entertainment are some of the event’s additional sponsors.
The musician recently fulfilled a lifelong dream when he sang at the World Cup being held in Qatar. He tweeted a few months ago, “God, I want to perform ‘Buga’ for (sic) the World Cup with a mass choir. Help me say ‘amen’.”
On November 23, Daniel finally realized his ambition as he took the stage in Qatar wearing a Gucci ensemble. He sang “Buga,” “Cough,” and “One Ticket,” among other songs.
While performing, Daniel also paid tribute to the late afrobeats legend Fela Anikulapo-Kuti by singing the latter’s song, “Lady.”