Kizz Daniel is about being yourself and standing for something in a ‘live and let live world’ in the visuals for his song Jaho.
In a world that is slowing descending into chaos, the importance of self-identity cannot be overemphasized.
Afro-pop icon Kizz Daniel talks about finding that thing that makes you happy and running with it; as you age keep what you do on a low key.
There are no skimpily-clad ladies, elaborate set pieces or the usual things you expect to see in a Kizz Daniel video. Those would only distract you from the theme of the song and the singer wears an all-white attire probably to signify that when you leave a life that is without blemish, you leave the world a fulfilled human being.
The budding artist brings his unique flow of Afro-pop music to bear and spices it up with his rich vocals and impressive percussions to give fans rewarding musical rendition.
‘You dey do as dem dey do, Oga do wetin you know’ best summarizes what Kizz Daniel is trying to say. It’s quite simple and needs no much elaboration; don’t imitate, be yourself and strive to achieve your own thing.
We all came to this life alone and will surely leave the same way. It’s an individual race and the battles we fight every day will either destroy us or make us better. In the midst of all this, leaving our marks and being remembered for something that should be the ultimate goal.
The track is meant to motivate and it does. Thankfully, it also does more by entertaining (as it should). It’s stuff like this that we should hear more often because then our minds will be renewed. A good one from Kizz Daniel.
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