Adekunle Gold – Tequila Ever After (Album)

Gold - Tequila Ever After (Album)
Gold - Tequila Ever After (Album)
Adekunle Gold -  Tequila Ever After (Album)
 Adekunle Gold – Tequila Ever After (Album)

Finally, one of the most anticipated album of 2023 is out and it’s coming from Adekunle Gold, he tittles it “Tequila Ever After”.

Adekunle Gold takes music lovers on a long & fun journey with his new body of work. He arrived at a formula for recording sessions: “It is about where I am mentally, What is my soul saying? What is my life at that point? What am I feeling? What vibe am I on? What sounds am I enjoying?” The title is a reference to his new- found love for tequila, the Mexican staple which he discovered during trips to Los Angeles, where the majority of this album was recorded.

Adekunle Gold’s new affair with tequila and therapy-inspired sessions are coupled with stellar collaborations with producers and artists who draw from Malian guitar blues, South African soul, Jamaican. Dancehall and American pop and hip-hop. He jokingly describes the combination as “Afrobeat Pro Max” a bigger and better version of his previous albums.

I hope people enjoy life more. I know it’s crazy to say that in a world where people are dealing with a lot of things, but l’ve learned that it’s not the event, it’s how you react to it. And l’ve chosen to react to life as ‘Tequila Ever After’ and I hope that you do as well.”

The new album consists of 18 solid tracks, featuring Odumodublvck, Pharrell Williams, Simi, Khalid, and many more.

In other news, Nigerian man in the university if Kent, has been recognized as having the longest graduation name as all his names are called out during the ceremony.

Kent University remarked through their TikTok page that the man has made history in the school as the first graduand with the longest name.

In the video, Boluwatife Oluwasemilore Oluwadamilola Oyekunle Anyanfeoluwa Emmanuel Michael Oladele, made his way to the stage as all eight names were called amid cheers.

The video have long generated reactions from social media users. See reactions below:

@𝒢𝓁𝑜𝓇𝒾𝒶 🇨🇩 commented: “And they pronounced it all. So cuteeee 🥺”


@Esther Sonoiki remarked: “My Yoruba people no dey disappoint. 100 names 😂😂🤣”

@T🫶🏾 said: “I thought he was calling up like 6 different people bye 😭😭😭😭, Alade that’s your country”

@Sahara shared: “And the lady who read my name at graduation mispronounced my name from Sahara to Sara….🙂🙂”

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