Nigerian Afropop singer, Danny Young has once again bragged about his achievement in the music industry.
The singer also recently stole the limelight when he sued Tiwa Savage for copyright infringement over his 2009 hit single ‘Oju Tiwon” which the diva used in her 2018 song “One” without expressed consent of the Ondo State-born artiste.
In a recent interview with Showtime, the singer hinted that his first studio album ‘The One’ sold over a million in hard copies.
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Speaking, he said in part: “I came into prominence in 2006 after releasing my first hit song “Welcome” featuring Lord of Ajasa, with which I released my debut album “The One,” released under the platform of BigDeal Entertainment. The song became a banger, causing a massive impact in Africa, especially in Nigeria and South Africa thereby getting me on top of the Channel O music chat for several months, making it one of the first Nigerian Afropop music to be heavily rotated in that manner on such music channel, which was one of the biggest TV platforms in Africa at that time…”
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