Popular Nigerian artist, Kiss Daniel was sanctioned a while back by the management of his former record label G-Worldwide Entertainment, for allegedly breaching the seven year artiste management deal he signed with the record label in 2013.
It seems like the battle between the two parties is far from over as reports of a possible outcome from their out-of-court settlement between the two parties may not have yielded the desired results as the case held on Monday, March 12 has been adjourned until May 16,2018.
The Federal High Court in Lagos ruled that as the same evidence which was presented for the grant of the injunctions are same with those submitted to the court for the trial and main issue, the court is constrained to make an order for an accelerated hearing and trial of the matter.
Both parties alongside their witnesses are expected to tender their evidence and testify on May 16.
Following a fallout, the 23-year-old singer terminated his seven-year contract with G-Worldwide Entertainment to set up his own label, Flyboi Inc.
But G-worldwide dragged the artiste to court over an alleged bridge of contract, declaring his new label as illegal.