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Why I don’t want to work with Kizz Daniel anytime soon – Peruzzi speaks on fallout with colleague

Why I don’t want to work with Kizz Daniel anytime soon – Peruzzi speaks on fallout with colleague

Popular musician and songwriter, Tobechukwu Victor Okoh, known professionally as Peruzzi, has said he may never work with Kizz Daniel, anytime soon.

He stated this because they originally worked on a song titled ‘Gwagwalada’ together but Kizz Daniel gave the song to their colleague, BNXN.

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Peruzzi, while speaking on the latest episode of the Zero Conditions podcast, said he wasn’t consulted before the ‘Buga’ crooner went ahead to release the song with BNXN and Seyi Vibez.

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He said he called Daniel to the studio for a collaboration, and when he came, he started playing random songs, one of which was the buzzing single Gwagwalada.

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The DMW artiste recalled how the Fly Boy Inc boss told him that he wanted to call BNXN first before they record in the studio only for him to go home and learn that they later released the song without him.

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Peruzzi said; “Kizz Daniel and I made ‘Gwagwalada’ together but he gave the song to Buju. I called Kizz for a collaboration. He came and played random songs, then he played ‘Gwagwalada.’ And he said he wants to call Buju so we can decide on the song. He called him, the guy came.

He sent me the song there, and I went home. Only for me to see that they’ve dropped the song one day without anybody reaching out to me. So, I don’t think I will be working with Kizz Daniel anytime soon. Right now, I don’t think so.”

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