Why I used Ghanian catchphrase ‘odo’ in my latest hit track ‘Cough’ – Kizz Daniel

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Multiple award winning Nigerian singer, Kizz Daniel has explained to his fans, what led to his use of the Ghanian catchphrase ’odo’ in his latest hit track, Cough.

Recall the father of two recently released another banger called ‘Cough (Odo)’.

As expected, the track has become one of the hottest and trending songs.




After naming the song in honor of a popular Ghanaian catchphrase used in wooing someone one is affectionate about, Kizz Daniel has finally explained why he used ‘odo’ as the theme of the song.

In a recent interview with JoyFM’s Lexis Bill on Drivetime on Joy, he stated that his decision to go for a Twi word ‘Odo’ meaning ‘love’, stemmed from the realisation of how much love Ghanaians showed his hit song, ‘Buga’. Kizz Daniel revealed:

“Buga stayed at number 1 in Ghana the longest, out of all the African countries. So I was like ‘big love to Ghana.”



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