Kiss Daniel Speaks on His Regret Concerning his Music Career

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Singer Kiss Daniel, in a new interview with Sunday Scoop, has opened up on the greatest sacrifice, he has had to make in his life. His response however, is giving us vibes that the talented singer may be regretting his decision to become an artiste.

In his words:

“I often say that dropping engineering for music is the greatest sacrifice I have ever made for my career. That’s because I studied water engineering for five years and I graduated with a good result.

Many of my mates that we left school together are doing very well now, and sometimes, I feel bad that I’m not practicing the profession that I devoted a lot of time and effort to study. If I was a practicing engineer, I’m sure that I would have gone very far by now.

On the flip side though, I enjoy what I’m doing and I have never pictured myself doing a 9-5 job. Making music comes naturally to me and it makes me happy, so I have no regrets.”

On his song writing process:

“For all my songs, I tell stories and pass messages across. I’m dedicated to making good music and I don’t subscribe to the notion that good music doesn’t sell.

Good music doesn’t even need promotion because it would sell itself.

Good music would also cross international borders and announce one to the world.”

On international collaborations:

“Right now, I’m just concerned about making good music. International collaborations will come at the right time but that’s not my goal.

Nigerian music, right now, has caught the attention of the world and I’m definitely up for anything that would introduce my music to different cultures.”

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