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Adekunle Gold teases new album as he releases latest song, 'Young Love'

Where he sings of the deliriously happy feeling of being in love, particularly when its participants are young.

Adekunle Gold has always been the regular guy: his music, alongside colleague’s Mr. Eazi, has thread along the lines of realism in the pursuit of all things romantic. 

While his previous release was dreamy, the Sess-produced “Before You Wake Up” was a precursor of his inclination to flit between genres and sounds. A move away from his typical traditonal-folksy sound, it was urban, and it was Afro-Pop centered. On his latest release “Young Love”, he continues in that fashion. 

On the still Sess-produced “Young Love”, Adekunle Gold sings of the deliriously happy feeling of being in love, particularly when its participants are young; the love too. It is now common knowledge, a tool piece in pop culture’s inventory, that Adekunle Gold is married to the beautiful songstress Simi, and they have several love-inspired records to go with it.

“Young Love” is idyllic, and Adekunle Gold’s slightly auto-tuned vocals portray the feeling in the air. It is in the mood, too, has he announced the coming of an album –  (for now, it goes by the title ‘Afro Pop Vol. 1) his third body of work after the critically-acclaimed “Gold” and the Grammys-considered “About 19”.

On Twitter, the singer-songwriter shared the news by saying, “Pay attention to my Project. It’s coming soon.” 

Listen next: Adekunle Gold’s Fela-inspired new single, ‘Kelegbe Megbe’
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