Adekunle Gold and Simi unveil music video for heartfelt single 'Look What You Made Me Do'


Prepared to take 2024 in style, Nigerian singer-songwriter, Adekunle Gold has unveiled a captivating and elegant music video for his heartfelt single, Look What You Made Me Do, featuring his wife, Simi. Now available via Def Jam Recordings.

The video beautifully portrays the emotional bond between Adekunle Gold and his wife, Simi. Their on-screen chemistry is mesmerizing, showcased through a series of intimate close-ups. The video's serene and stylish aesthetic perfectly mirrors their playful interaction, highlighted by moments of dance and shared smiles. Amidst this, the song's heartfelt chorus resonates, brimming with vibrant energy and spirit.

Tequila Ever After, Adekunle Gold's latest album, has already made a significant mark with over 265 million global streams. The album has garnered critical acclaim, with OkayAfrica noting Gold's unique position in Afrobeats history and 1883 Magazine lauding his career's soaring trajectory.

The album's standout track, Party No Dey Stop featuring Zinoleesky, has achieved remarkable success, reaching the Top 10 on the Billboard Top Afrobeats Songs Chart and peaking at #3 on the Official UK Afrobeats Chart. The track also boasts over 41 million Spotify streams and 17 million YouTube views for its music video, contributing to the success of Gold's 2023 debut with Def Jam Recordings.

Critics have widely praised Tequila Ever After. The FADER, Variety, and Rolling Stone have all recognized the album's impact, with Variety highlighting Adekunle Gold's renaissance and Rolling Stone commenting on his smooth Afropop style. The album is celebrated as a tribute to African sounds that have captivated the global audience, showcasing Adekunle Gold's evolution as an artist.

Adekunle Gold recently concluded a major North American tour, produced by Live Nation and Duke Concept, drawing packed crowds in key cities across the US and Canada. The Tequila Ever After album was brought to life in front of sold-out audiences, including hits like Party No Dey Stop, Ogaranya, and tracks from his earlier EP, Tio Tequila. The 17-track album features collaborations with Kel-P, Labrinth, Zinoleesky, Khalid, Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers, and Simi.

Listen to Look What You Made Me Do here.