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By Oluwatobi Opusunju

Barely one month after Kiss Daniel exited his former label, G-Worldwide Entertainment over undisclosed reasons, reports are already showing that all is not well with both parties as the label has now allegedly dragged the talented singer to court for breaching his contract agreement.

Kiss Daniel

The singer, who recently flew his own personal Label, Flyboy I.N.C exited the label before his 7-year contract expiration and as such is still by obligation under the label.

He has also gone ahead to release a new song, ‘No do’, under his new label.

Kiss Daniel had only spent about 4 years at G-worldwide Entertainment, having joined the Label in 2013.

G-Worldwide through their lawyers Calmhill Partners is now reportedly suing the singer for “taking steps to appoint a new manager, solicit for bookings, and has continued to negotiate and enter performance agreements in respect of the songs from the album “New Era“, and “Evolution” which is set to be released soon containing singles such as “Yeba“, “For You“, “Senorita“, “Sofa” and others, produced under the contract, including using the stage name ‘Kiss Daniel’ without the company’s prior consent and permission.”

However, according to reports, a Federal High Court in Lagos on the 30th of November has ruled that all parties should maintain their status quo pending the final hearing.

The court order which was signed by Hon. Justice Babs Kuewumi reads in part: “The import of the order being that the state under which the parties existed under the contract should be preserved until the court makes a determination of the motion on notice filed by the company. All and any dealings in respect of the upload, distribution, and or performance of any of the songs, as well as the use or exploitation of the name ‘Kiss Daniel’ can therefore only be entered or made with the prior written consent and permission of the company as provided under the contract.

“It is hereby ordered as follows that in the interim both parties are ordered to maintain the status quo ante bellum under the recording contract pending the hearing of the motion on notice.”

The label has now further warned the general public against contracting any business with Kiss Daniel.

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