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Kiss Daniel’s album, “New Era” has now made
its debut on the Billboard World Album Chart,
marking a huge milestone for the fast rising
After a decision by the singer and the G-
WORLDWIDE Entertainment, to release his
debut album “New Era” without any major
features, an action best described as an
uncalculated risk, many critics at the time have
now become ardent fans.
The album, “New Era” which was released on
the 14 of May 2016, with only fellow label
mate, Sugarboy as a feature, has since gone
on to become a success and a fan favourite
within days of its release.
The album is now charting at number 8 on the
Billboard World Album Chart (Subscription
required), apart from the other milestones in
the form of the album charting on the UK and
US iTunes Charts within hours of release.
As an artiste who believes a lot in his God-
given talent and his hard work, Kiss Daniel’s
rise to the top of the music industry within a
few years, lends credence to the fact that
talent and hard work trumps hype every time.
Since his debut into the Nigerian music scene
in 2014, Kiss Daniel has released hit after hit
such as “WOJU”, “LAYE”, “GOOD TIME”, and
more recently “MAMA” which has retained the
position of the most played song on Nigerian
Radio for two weeks straight, according to
For Kiss Daniel; “These feats and triumphs are
a testament of the massive love my fans have
for me, and how dedicated they are to me by
going out to buy my music, and request for it
It will be difficult now for music lovers and
followers across Africa not to give credit to this
gifted artiste who has been dubbed “a young
hybrid of TuBaba and 9ice”, and as his success
spreads from country to country in Africa, we
can be rest assured that this is no African
superstar who rests on his oars.
Billboard Charts are a weekly ranking of top-
selling world music albums, ranked by sales
data as compiled by Nielsen Music.
Watch video below:
KISS DANIEL – ‘MAMA’