Nigerian singer and songwriter, Kizz Daniel, has been presented a plaque by music streaming platform, Audiomack, after surpassing over 300 million streams on the platform.

Kizz Daniel, who became popular for his hit singles “Woju” and “Yeba’.

In November 2021, he dropped his second album Barnabas which had instant hits like ‘Oshe’, ‘ Pour Me Water’ and ‘Eh God (Barnabas)’.

The album garnered up over 160 million streams on Audiomack.

This year, Kizz Daniel released hit song ‘Buga’, which has received over 39 million streams on Audiomack and has contributed to him surpassing 300 million streams and receiving this award.

Kizz Daniel with his audiomack plaque

The plaque was presented to Kizz Daniel by Jason Johnson, the Vice President of Marketing and Brand Strategy for Audiomack at his sold-out headline show in New York as part of his Afroclassic USA tour.

Over the years, Kizz Daniel has consistently shown his ability to create and deliver great music for his fans. At Audiomack, we believe it is important to acknowledge and award artists for the work they put into putting out and promoting music digitally. This is why We are excited to celebrate his success and this milestone with him and we hope to be able to celebrate many more”, Jason Johnson said.

Audiomack, was launched in 2012, and currently reaches more than 20 million monthly users globally.

Kizz Daniel

The streaming and discovery service has played an integral role in breaking new acts, such as Roddy Ricch and Kaash Paige; served as a trusted partner to Eminem and Nicki Minaj, among other notable artists, to debut exclusive releases; and helped rising African stars such as Omah Lay, reach an international audience.

Story: Hilda Katu