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Nigeria’s Kizz Daniel Lights Up Qatar, Performs at FIFA World Cup Fan Festival With Over 50k Fans
- Kizz Daniel produced an electric performance during the FIFA Fan Festival at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
- Over 50,000 fans were treated to a rapturous performance by the Nigerian singer, who delivered ‘Cough’ in style
- The ‘Buga Crooner’ treated the crowd with a live-band performance, complemented by a set of dancers
Nigerian music sensation Kizz Daniel put up an incredible performance during the FIFA Fan Festival at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Currently, armed with the hit track ‘Cough’ (Odo), the singer thrilled an over 50,000 audience with a breathtaking performance on Wednesday night.
It was a live-band show, as the ‘Buga’ crooner delivered, with some of the finest dancers complementing his efforts.
The fans could be heard yelling for more as they could not get enough of him, chanting, shouting, and screaming whilst begging the singer to continue.
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Kizz Daniel remains one of Nigeria’s biggest and finest music stars at the moment, and he is ‘armoured’ with some of the top songs in his home country and beyond.
His track ‘Buga’, which was released in May 2022, has continued to dominate playlists and airwaves in Nigeria and beyond, earning him massive global recognition.
Kizz Daniel receives a special welcome to Qatar
Meanwhile, the Nigerian rave-of-the-moment act was treated to a grand reception when he arrived in Qatar.
As part of the FIFA Sound lineup, no fewer than five international artists graced the event's main stage.
The performances are an extension of FIFA Sound, an entertainment strategy designed to bring more connections between the beautiful game and music, Business Ghana reports.
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An enigmatic but colourful ceremony saw Morgan Freeman in Qatar, taking the world through what it should expect during the tournament ending on December 18.
The mascot was gorgeous and scary, and the stadium was beautiful yet perplexing, with sensational performances headlining the event spectacle.