Kizz Daniel opens up on the meaning of new trending single “Buga”
Kizz Daniel explains what “Buga” means, the name of his newest hit song.
Kizz Daniel, better known by his stage name Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, has explained the meaning of his new song, “Buga,” which features Tekno and was released earlier last week.
His latest single “Buga” doesn’t glorify conceit or ungratefulness, according to the singer.
In case you forgot, the song is currently one of America’s most popular music genres at the moment.
Apple Music’s Top 100 Chart in Nigeria currently has it at No. 1, and it’s one of the top five afrobeats songs in the world, according to Pitchfork.
The song was also the most shazamed song in the world in the week prior to this one.
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In an interview with Sunday Scoop, the singer said, Buga means to ‘Show Off’. However, in this context, it meant to honour hard effort, devotion, and accomplishment.
He added that “after one has put in the work, one should let one’s results speak loudly. Enjoy your success. Whatever you’re seeing out there, whatever results the song is generating, that’s the result of hard work. I have consistently put in my best into all my songs. Nothing good comes easy.
“As long as people work hard to make legitimate money, they should be proud to flaunt their wealth.”
Vado stated that anytime any of his songs enjoy wide acceptance, it encourages him to do even more.
He said, “It is a great feeling when one puts out a masterpiece and the rest of the world accepts it as one. It is indeed a satisfying feeling right. And, such encourages me to do more.”
In addition, The singer who is currently on his “Afro Classic World Tour” stated that after the London tour, I would still be on the road. I want to connect with my fans worldwide. A tour of the United States of America is next, to be followed by Africa, Australia and Europe.