Who else, especially “musically selective”, gets startled at themselves for finding delight in a not so profound brand of music?
“Fly Boy Inc” had to have been generated from that kind of situation, no kidding.
Forgiving Kiss Daniel, he’s a 90s son after-all (90s children are positioned to have wild tastes!), I applaud his bold (but stupid, stupid, stupid!) move which may have been borne out of greed and poor advises. He’s one of the only Nigerian pop stars I closely monitor and it used to have little to do with his music career.
Kiss Daniel, desirably known by me as baby boy, challenged my power of sight.
My sister’s attraction to him, baby boy, also has little to do with his music. Instead, a lot with sympathy and anger, which I could understand. The confusion at Kiss Daniel’s record label’s perceived refusal at granting him collaborations with other artists. There can be no denial that the offers haven’t been presented.
Kiss Daniel was (and still is) a hit machine, and even while an upcoming artist at the time, he got popularly loved enough to be awarded a Headies. This popularity, seconded by his choice for party-jam music beats, is enough to draw his fellow artists towards selecting him for a feature.
It’s impossible to think Kiss Daniel would refuse to accept because wouldn’t that lead to more growth, fame and attraction? What more would a young Nigerian pop artist want from a music career?
Well, now there could be a new era for Baby boy & Fly Boy Inc, and I can only wish for him to surround and armor himself with sound team and advisers, so he doesn’t pay for his decision badly. But as noticed from his current negative media attacks, he is starting to anyways.
His previous music label hasn’t been the most excited management in agreement of his label uprising, and they have forbidden his rights on the use of the name Kiss Daniel as his contract with the label is yet to be terminated. Seriously?
While I support artists having a state of musical autonomy when they can afford to, I’d rather it was bred out of wisdom. Kiss Daniel’s apparently wasn’t entirely well thought over? Baby boy could be in for a musically rough 2018. Whether we make our decisions collectively, we have to live with them independently.
Nonetheless, “Yeba” is still Idle head’s Party-jam music tune for the year!
Even though you don’t fancy Nigerian music artists all too well, what one artist have you liked that surprised the hell out of you?