Of recent, Kiss Daniel has unexpectedly been in the news but often for his court case with G Worldwide than the longing consumption of exclusive stories about his music. Checking the heavy task involved with managing a startup record label like Flyboy Inc, is his music career safe?
Just yesterday, according to a report on Bella Naija, Kiss Daniel’s case with his label has been adjourned to May 16th. G-Worlwide seems staunch on taking the issue 100 percent legal as they have refused to settle out of court when offered the option from the defendant. With such an unexpected and unavoidable demand to appear in court, how long do you think he can put up with this distraction?
You will recall the drama between Mr 2Kay last year and Burna boy and how it nearly cost Burna his integrity. Many even rumored that the controversy that surrounded the case already cost Burna his concert as it was postponed two days before the proposed date. Relating this to G-WorldWide’s refusal to settle out of court, Is Kiss Daniel in trouble?
Looking back to the stories of artistes and court cases, the unfortunate story Vector & YSG Hub will come to mind. The legal battle between the young artist at the time and the record label was one that brought about an unexpected break in his music career, and it got a reintroduction strategy to get the act back to the music scene.
It might interest you to know that Kiss Daniel seems to be treading on the same path as Vector did some years back. Despite the acceptance of Yeba, Kiss Daniel still lost out of the 2017 end of the year wave and profit, with no performance let alone headlining concert. It was suspected that his legal issues could have been one of the major reasons show organizers and promoters had to distant themselves from him. With some effort coming from the release of a follow up single for “No Do” in 2018, could Kiss Daniel have exhausted the options in saving his career from a possible crash?