It’s an unarguable fact that Wizkid is the rave act in and out of Nigerian music industry at the moment. His musical influence, fame and recognition have soared so high across the coast. Though he’s got Davido to contend with in this feat, but that’s a discussion for another day.
Tekno is more inclined to hit the spot on time than Kiss Daniel owing to the latter’s limitations with his record label, G-worldwide Worldwide. But music-wise, Kiss Daniel is a potential artist that will sell out. The creativity he exercises in his music of late is overwhelming. On a critical note, Kiss is yet to release a song that falls on average or below. Every single comes as a hit and with a different wave.
What he dished out on ‘Sofa’ was iconic and something out of the norm. He’s so dwelling on his sound and getting better with it. You don’t need a prophet to tell you this dude will be around for a long time.
Yeba is another song you can’t sweep under the carpet. The sound is just phenomenal and undiluted. That’s the real Afro-pop sound the world is buying. We strongly believe Kiss Daniel has a spot out there for him.
Tekno, on the other hand, has claimed the Africa scene already and he’s just some few steps to pulling the international interest. His dancehall style is rhythmic and comes effortlessly. His ability to create infectious sound and blend it with a rich melody cannot be underrated. Tekno’s sound as we might like to call it can penetrate the global market with a good approach and platform. His deal with Sony Digital should do well in exporting his sound.