Adekunle Gold shares snippet of exciting song with American star Khalid


In the build-up to his fifth studio album, Tequila Ever After, the Afropop star continues to show that he is way deep into international territory.

Nigerian Afro-fusion singer, songwriter, and performer Adekunle Kosoko, popularly known as Adekunle Gold, has teased a snippet f an upcoming song that features American award-winning singer Khalid.

Having bagged a Rick Ross feature in 2022, the award-winning afro-fusion star followed his international journey by signing a mouth-watering deal with American multinational music recording company Def Jam.

Set to drop his fifth studio album, Tequila Ever After, which is its first under the international imprint, AG has been spending a lot of time overseas, working with the right people, and perfecting his craft.

This new collaboration with Khalid further solidifies Adekunle Gold's position as a global artist, bridging the gap between the Nigerian and American music scenes.

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On Tuesday, July 11, 2023, AG thrilled his fans with the exciting news of having a record with ace singer-songwriter Khalid, whose vocal prowess is equally unmatched. As the build-up to his album intensifies, the father of one decided to share a snippet of the song titled 'Come Back To Me' with a behind-the-scenes video of its recording session. He captioned the post:

"Made a smash hit with my brother @thegreatkhalid ‘Come Back To Me’ produced by the genius @Harv. Wanted to share the behind the scenes of the making of my album with you all. It’s been an exciting journey and I’m thankful to everyone that’s been a part of it"

Listen to the snippet below

This collaboration with Khalid not only highlights Adekunle Gold's growing global influence but also showcases his ability to seamlessly blend different musical styles. With this exciting preview, fans can expect a captivating fusion of Afropop and contemporary R&B in Tequila Ever After.

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