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  • ‘I Don’t Write My Songs’ – Kizz Daniel Makes Shocking Confession

  • Kizz Daniel Makes a Shocking Confession about his songs

Kizz Daniel Makes a Startling Admission About His Songs

Kizz Daniel has made an unexpected revelation regarding his creative approach and he creates his songs.

Kizz Daniel, as an artist with so much talent and several successful hits, appears to be the type of artist who would spend his time writing down his lyrics and would not leave the studio until they were right.

However, in a recent interview, the gifted vocalist discusses his creative approach. And it is pretty startling!

He claims that he never writes down a song somewhere before recording it. He clarifies that his personal experiences serve as his sources of inspiration and that he conveys his emotions via his work (without pre-writing the lyrics).

‘The funny thing is I don’t write my songs cos most of the time I just express myself’, Kizz Daniel tells interviewer.

He also cites one of his hit songs, Mama, as an example. According to him, Mama was a text message to his ex-girlfriend.

‘The whole song (Mama) is a text to my ex. I was trying to beg her to come back to me’, he says.

Watch him speak below:


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Meanwhile, Kizz Daniel has been confirmed as one of the headline performing artists at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The World Cup organisers, FIFA, made the confirmation on Friday as they listed the five official performing artistes for the event.

In FIFA’s list of headliners for the FIFA Fan Festival during the World Cup, Kizz Daniel is the only African artiste performing alongside five international award-winning singers.

For the lineup, American DJ and Music Producer, Diplo, will perform on November 22 while Kizz Daniel’s performance is slated for November 23.

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