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In a new video shared by Kizz Daniel on Instagram, he narrates how heavy rain in Freetown, Sierra Leone almost disrupted his concert but his fans still turned up in their numbers.

Kizz Daniel shared a video recently of his concert in Freetown, Sierra Leone last night where 20k people braved heavy rains to watch the singer perform. He shared the video via his Instagram page on Sunday, the 5th of December 2021.

Kizz Daniel Pulls 20k in Freetown Concert Despite Heavy Rain | VIDEO NotjustOK
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Kizz Daniel recently released a new project for his fans titled Barnabas. It is a 7-track extended play and it features The Cavemen, alongside German rapper, Kelvyn Colt. The new project Barnabas will serve as Kizz Daniel’s fourth output for the year 2021. It comes after the release of his previous single Lie which is present on the EP, alongside 6 other melodious records.

READ ALSO: Kizz Daniel Hits New Milestone On Audiomack With New Project ‘Barnabas’ | SEE DETAILS

Kizz Daniel was in Freetown last night where he performed to a crowd of 20k despite the heavy downpour at the concert venue. He wrote via his Instagram page;

What a night in FREETOWN🇸🇱🇸🇱🔥🔥🔥⚡ Even with the heavy rainfall we still had over 20k loyal fans waiting to be entertained …. this love I do not take for granted ❤ Love you Sierrra Leone 🇸🇱 UPNEXT-USA 🇺🇸


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