Has any Nigerian artiste ever left his former record label without rancour?

As it has always been the case with most artistes, G-Worldwide's former 'star boy', Kiss Daniel has also joined the fray.

The record label has dragged him to court for a breach of contract.

Recall that Kiss Daniel had recently been promoting a new record label, Flyboy Inc, under whose imprint he released his latest single, No Do.

G-Worldwide is not pleased with Daniel’s activities and the company is seeking a legal solution.

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Daniel has been accused of “taking steps to appoint a new manager, solicit for bookings, and has continued to negotiate and enter performance agreements in respect of the songs from the album New Era, and Evolution which is set to be released soon containing singles such as Yeba, For You, Senorita, Sofa and others, produced under the contract, including using the stage name 'Kiss Daniel’ without the company’s prior consent and permission.”

In a statement made available by G-Worldwide’s lawyers, Calmhill Partners, a Federal High Court in Lagos had on November 30, granted an order that all parties should maintain the status quo under the contract. 

The company further warned the general public against contracting any business with Kiss Daniel. 

However, in a chat with a representative of Flyboy Inc, who declined to give his name, the company maintained that it did not receive any court order.

The rep said, “We are not aware of any court order. The official status of Kiss Daniel is Flyboy Inc and that’s what he’s operating with. I cannot say if his contract with G-Worldwide has been dissolved but to the best of my knowledge, he is with Flyboy Inc now. His new single was released under Flyboy and all other activities would be with the label as well.”



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