Adekunle Gold Releases 'Tio Tequila' Pack Featuring Three Singles: Listen


Ever since Adekunle Gold transitioned from his previous persona as Adekunle the lover boy to the now revered AG Baby the zaddy, his artistic journey has been characterized by a remarkable streak of success. Demonstrating a consistent ability to deliver awe-inspiring musical compositions, he has captivated audiences with his creative output.

Amidst the enchantment of his recent hit single "Party No Dey Stop," featuring the exceptional vocal talents of Zinoleesky, Adekunle Gold wastes no time in showcasing his artistic prowess once again, bestowing upon his listeners a meticulously crafted bundle of musical brilliance titled "Tio Tequila."

Comprising a meticulously curated assemblage of three captivating tracks, Adekunle Gold's "Tio Tequila" bundle stands as a testament to his remarkable capacity for musical innovation. The trio of songs within this project includes "Do You Mind," "Omo Eko," and the aforementioned "Party No Dey Stop," in collaboration with Zinoleesky.

"Do You Mind" enchants listeners with its infectious rhythms and soulful melodies. Adekunle Gold's soothing vocals effortlessly glide over the intricate instrumentation, creating a captivating musical experience. The track's relatable lyrics explore themes of love, attraction and desire.

In "Omo Eko," Adekunle Gold flaunts his Lagosian side, affirming himself as the life of the party. The song's energetic beats and infectious chorus embody the spirit of Lagos, capturing the essence of the city's fast-paced lifestyle and its resilient and ambitious people. Adekunle Gold's artistry shines through as he skillfully blends traditional Afrobeats elements with contemporary sounds, creating a harmonious fusion that is both refreshing and captivating.

Each track within this assemblage is masterfully produced by the Grammy-certified beatmaker, Kel P, whose artistic prowess elevates the overall auditory experience to an excellent level. Furthermore, the third track, "Party No Dey Stop," also garners a co-production credit for Monro, acknowledging his contribution to its creation.

Listen to Tio Tequila here.