Entertainment Roundup: Kiss Daniel describes G-worldwide’s claim to his stage name as “laughable”; Brymo declares himself “greatest Nigerian musician alive” | More stories

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Here are the biggest stories that made the rounds in entertainment yesterday and others that unraveled while you slept – and are still buzzing today.

Between Kiss Daniel and G-Worldwide Entertainment

Weeks ago, celebrated Nigerian singer, Kiss Daniel announced that he was leaving the record label he had been signed to for nearly 5 years, G-Worldwide and was floating his own label, Flyboy Inc.

Kiss Daniel went on to release a track, No Do under the imprint of his label days ago and it looks like hell has let loose in the G-worldwide camp as the label has filed a suit restricting the singer from “further distribution, publication or performance of songs from his debut album, New Era and a soon-to-be released album, Evolution”

The label also sought an injunction that restrains Kiss Daniel from “negotiating or entering into any agreement” without its “consent or permission”.

G-Worldwide also accused the singer of exploiting his stage name “Kiss Daniel”.

In his response to the suit, Kiss Daniel published a letter written by his lawyers, L&A Legal Consultants titled, “What G-Worldwide Entertainment Ltd will not tell you”.

The reply explains that Kiss Daniel exited the label “in compliance with the provisions of his recording contract” and in respect to his stage name “it is laughable and unbelievable that the label will purportedly claim to own the singer’s middle name”.

See the full text of his response:

The most tweeted about television show in 2017 is…

Game of Thrones.

Twitter has revealed its list of the most-tweeted about TV shows this 2017 and the Khaleesi reigns supreme.

Coming behind GoT is sci-fi drama, Stranger Things followed by Big Brother on the number 3 spot.

See the full list:


Brymo is the greatest Nigerian musician alive?

Alternative artiste, Brymo has asserted that he is the greatest artiste in Nigeria right now as he helps young music fans to pay attention to what is important as little attention is being paid to content these days.

In an interview with Pulse NG, Brymo spoke on his own genre and the public’s misconception of genres, his reactions to criticisms and his forthcoming album, Oso.

Brymo claims he’s easily one of the top three musicians in Nigeria as he is doing better than everybody else as regards royalties, assets and record sales. He adds that no other artiste matches his “songwriting prowess or vocal dexterity or even stage presence”.

Watch the full interview:


Autopsy reveals traces of alcohol in Chester Bennington’s system

An autopsy report has been released for late Linkin Park singer, Chester Bennington.

TMZ reports that, “Authorities found a prescription bottle of Zolpidem — generic Ambien — on his dresser. There was also a pint glass of Corona, which was less than half full — and an empty bottle of Stella Artois.”

Fragments of fingernails were also found underneath his iPhone and bedside table, a habit which his wife says was how he expressed anxiety. She also said he attempted suicide in 2006 and had a history of depression.

Chester Bennington was found lifeless in his home in July 2017. He hanged himself.


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