Kizz Daniel Disagrees On Being Featured On The Same Song With Reekado Banks
The disagreement between Kizz Daniel and Reekado Banks seems not to be ending soon, as the song that featured the duo “Selense” was pulled off from major platform.
The Harrysong’s single had to be reproduced in a newer version, featuring Iyanya and Dice Ailes.
The move has brought many reactions from people as many wonder what could have led to the removal of the previous version of the song.
Harrysong’s manager, Desmond Ike, during an interview with Punch revealed that the song was brought down because Kizz Daniel insisted he must never be included in any project featuring Reekado Banks.
About why the removed the first version: “It wasn’t about what Kizz Daniel said on the song; there is nothing out of place about it. When you do something with people and they don’t make it easy for you, you have to look for a way to sort yourself out. Harrysong originally did the song with Reekado Banks and Kizz Daniel but at a point, Daniel said he didn’t want to star in the video because Reekado would be in it. He said he didn’t want to have anything to do with Reekado.”
Asked if they tried to resolve the conflict: “We tried to sort out the issue between both of them so that we could shoot the video but Daniel refused vehemently; he didn’t want any reconciliation. Because of that, we decided to do another version of the song with Iyanya and Dice Ailes. Kizz Daniel was just being arrogant about the whole thing and behaving like he is a demigod.”
Asked if they knew what the beef was all about: “We don’t really know the issue between them but it must be a long-standing feud. He said he didn’t want to be on any song that Reekado was featured on. He refused all our entreaties.”
Asked if Kizz Daniel was informed about Reekado’s featured verse: “They recorded their verses separately. The moment he realised that Banks was on the song was when he started saying he didn’t want to be a part of it anymore. We initially thought it was something we could resolve amicably as friends in the industry but Daniel insisted that he didn’t want to be part of it. He frustrated every move to reconcile them. Kizz Daniel even made the song to be pulled from iTunes, claiming that he did not give his consent for his voice to be used; that was how far he went. We had to choice but to look for a way out.”
Asked about the success of the second version: “Right now, the song is doing very well on the charts. That shows that no one is indispensable. Everybody likes the new version. We have done all we were supposed to do and we have moved on. We cannot beg Daniel because Harrysong is bigger than all that.”