The Artistry Of Tekno And Kizz Daniel

tekno&kizzdaniel

• Tekno X Kizz Daniel 

• A Quick Look Into The Relationship That Exists Between Kizz Daniel and Tekno

• Another Davido vs Wizkid?

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I have followed these two real closely. Especially Tekno, just like LK Kuddy he lived in my neighborhood. He was just another artist in search of fame when I first knew him in Bwari.

Or so I thought until he stumbled upon Onye Ne’kwu, a remix to Ice Prince’ smash ‘Oleku’ with Brymo.

Immediately the song hit airways, we all knew it was bound to become a hit. We only didn’t think it’ll become the start of an internationally acclaimed stardom.

Although it was Kizz Daniel who first laid claim on the ‘No Bad Songz’ catchphrase, Tekno can invariably say the same of his startling music career.

The two artists have grown organically in the music industry. None ever overhyped or underrated as others have proven.

Of the truth, there has been no bad blood between the two but the cold war that exists is obvious. For this same reason, they have never been on the same track together. Whether as featured artists or as individuals working on a project.

In my way of comparison, I can arguably say that Kizz Daniel and Tekno are matched, peers. Although not as you’d like to compare Davido to Wizkid.

They both have shown how creative and enduring they hope to build their legacies as music artists.

In the same manner, Tekno would curate a socially politicized song like ‘Rara’, Kizz would come up with ‘Ja’.When Kizz feels like making a hit from verbalizing his undying love for a girl on ‘Mama’, Tekno releases ‘Pana’.Just as Vado would be inspired to write a motivational as he did with Jaho, Slim daddy matches it with ‘Suru’.

At the moment, Kizz can boast of two career albums in the same way Tekno would use his International record deal with Sony Music and Pepsi endorsement as bargaining rights. 
The only benchmark left for Tekno to achieve is headlining his own show in Nigeria and in the U.K just as Kizz has successfully done.

Regardless, for the sake that Tekno has performed at more international gigs and collaborated with more international artists like Drake & Swae Lee – far more than Kizz can tie, he equals him out on that pedestal.
So, whenever Flyboy decides to sail out, Cartel will be there to set the sail.