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“Buga” Gains Global Accolades.

by Austin Areh
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The latest hit song and club banger “Buga” by Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe also known as Kiss Daniel, has won the hearts of fans globally. Kiss Daniel is a Nigerian singer and songwriter who is known for his singles “Woju” and “Yeba” amongst a trail of banging  hits.

Vado, as he’s popularly called does not cease to serenade the eardrums of music lovers, as he always drops a “bop”.

Since the release of the top hit “Buga”, social media has been engulfed with fun videos on Tik Tok, as well as creative skits on Instagram.

According to music lovers,  “Buga” is a song like never before, as it keeps topping charts in every music show across the world.

“Buga”, which has become the leading song on Apple Music’s top 100 in Nigeria, and currently topping the charts on Apple music, Kenya, will be performed in Birmingham. When  asked how he feels about this in a recent interview, Kiss Daniel says:

“It’s a great feeling. When you put out a masterpiece and the rest of the world accepts it as one, that’s a satisfying feeling right there. And such encourages you to do more”.



Kiss Daniel – Instagram


Revealed as the world’s top five Afrobeat songs, “Buga” isn’t just a melody, it also possesses a dance step that engulfs its’ listeners, spurring confidence in them to hold their heads up.


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“Buga” is described as an exciting piece that lifts the spirit and serenades the soul whilst nudging you to move your feet.

“Buga” in Nigerian parlance means “Show off”,  or “stunt on them”

In this context, it means after you’ve put in the work with noteworthy results, enjoy your success. Hold your head up high and celebrate yourself.

Vado added; “Whatever you’re seeing out there, whatever results the song is generating, that’s the result of hard work and I’ve consistently put in my best in all my songs. Nothing good comes easy.”-

We can rightly say that Africans are thriving effortlessly in the music scene and we are proud. 



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