Kizz Daniel Entertains Thousands Of Fans At The 2022 FIFA World Cup
Kizz Daniel, the Afrobeats singer, has finally accomplished his dream of performing at the World Cup, as he delighted fans with a selection of his songs at a festival during the present FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The music festival held as a side event to the ongoing international football tournament in Qatar on Wednesday, November 23, 2022, featured a performance by Kizz Daniel.
To more than 40,000 admirers, many of whom sang along, Kizz Daniel played a selection of his hit songs, including “Buga,” “Cough,” “Lie,” “Pour Me Water,” “One Ticket,” “Eh God,” and “Good Time.”
Kizz Daniel had stated a wish to perform at the 2022 World Cup. The singer then said that his prayers had been heard since he was scheduled to perform in Qatar.
The World Cup appearance by Kizz Daniel, one of Africa’s top performers, is another highlight of the musician’s wildly successful 2022. His No. 1 single, “Buga,” which is unquestionably one of the biggest African songs of 2022, grabbed both young and elderly listeners.
The performance is one more step in bringing Afrobeats to a wider audience throughout the world.
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