Mz Kiss rebrands with Raised to Power 2

Mz Kiss comes through with a new EP titled “Raised to Power 2“. With it, she tries to delve deeper into her personal life and share more with her listeners. It is a deliberate attempt at a rebrand. She collaborates with renowned producers Sess, Runtinz and Kriz beat to create a six-track project that combines Afrobeats, Pop and Alté. Fame, Kilode, Farawe(Faraway), What’s Love, Girlie, and Ife Oni Baje are the tracks on the EP.

The first song on the EP Fame is a melodious story about her taste of fame and its pressures. Kilode, the next song that follows has the singer singing her heart out as she asks her man some pertinent questions about their relationship. The singer both sings and raps in English and Yoruba on the next track Farawe. In Girlie, the singer plays the role of a young woman very direct and ruthless in her dealings with men. ‘Money for hand, back for ground’ she loudly proclaims. She refuses to be swayed by unnecessary talks and empty promises from men. What’s love and Ife Oni Baje are more idealistic songs with their romantic depictions of love. They show the more romantic side of the singer. Listen to Raised to Power 2 here


Akindele Justina Omowunmi (born September 1, 1996), known by her stage name Mz Kiss, is a Nigerian rapper, singer, and songwriter. Mz Kiss was born on 1 September 1996 in Okitipupa, a town in local government area of Ondo State, Western Nigeria, she studied Mass Communication.

She released Figure 8 on April 3, 2013, the first single after singing on to Taurus Musik and Bad Dog Entertainment which received massive reception, thereby gaining her new grounds in the industry.

In 2016, Mz Kiss was nominated for the Rookie of the Year at The Headies 2016 edition, and was nominated in the Best New Act category at the 2016 Nigeria Entertainment Awards. On September 12, 2018, she received 1 nomination in the Trailblazer of the Year category at 2018 Nigeria Entertainment Awards.


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