Nigerian musician Kizz Daniel to perform at World Cup
The World football regulation body, FIFA, has announced Nigerian multitalented singer, Kizz Daniel, as one of the headliners at the World Cup’s Fan Festival event in Doha, Qatar.
The announcement follows the successes of Kizz Daniels’ global tour and the release of his recent hit track, ‘COUGH.’
The 28-year old incredibly multi-talented Afrobeats, Pop, R&B singer/songwriter, is arguably having an impressive time of life.
The performance, which is an extension of FIFA Sound, is an entertainment strategy designed to bring more connections between the beautiful game of football and music.
A few months ago, when the artist tweeted that he would love to perform his hit single ‘Buga’ at the World Cup, little did he know that the universe would grant him this fervent wish.
Kizz Daniel will be performing alongside five international award-winning singers and more than 20 additional top-level entertainers from around the world at the event.
The list includes American DJ and Music Producer, Diplo on November 22; Nigeria’s Kizz Daniel on November 23 – 20h55 – 21h40; Canadian crooner, Nora Fatehi on November 29; American singer, Trinidad Cardona on December 1 and Scotland’s Calvin Harris on December 10 .
They are slated to perform at the Qatar 2022 FIFA Fan Festival mainstage as part of the FIFA Sound lineup.
It is intended to enrich the great programme of the FIFA Fan Festival over the 29-day tournament at Al Bidda Park in the heart of Doha, next to The Corniche.
Kizz Daniel has enjoyed a successful 2022 with his single ‘Buga’ becoming one of the biggest singles out of the continent.
He recently embarked on a successful ‘Afroclassic Tour‘ of the UK, US, Canada, and select African countries, including Rwanda, Namibia, Uganda and one of South America’s vivacious entertainment hubs — Suriname.
This gifted artist is now ready to take ‘Buga’ to the most significant event in competitive sport — the 2022 FIFA World Cup with his hit song Buga and his now addictive street jam, ‘Cough (Odo)’.