Singer Adekunle Gold in an interview with The Sun, has opened up on his family, career and more.
On How His Family Reacted To Him Quitting His Day Job
They thought I was crazy. Everybody thought I was crazy because I didn’t have any back-up plan.
Fame and stardom
At the risk of sounding cocky, I knew I was going to be great, I just didn’t know when. It is interesting because I have my eyes on the prize. I didn’t suffer that many years to come and let frivolity take my glory. So yes, I get advances from women and that feels good to be honest because I remember when I was chasing them as well. I am friends with them. There is no pressure. When I want to say yes, I say yes.
On If He Has Ever Felt Like Quitting Music
I thought about quitting when I was still in a band called ‘The Bridge’. It was me and my friend, Seyi Key, who is my producer is now. We weren’t getting any attention back then.
YBNL moved me. I had Sade before YBNL and it was already getting popular. When I got signed to the label, we shot the video and it became like a sensation everywhere. Getting signed to YBNL took me to London for the first time. That was in 2015. So, YBNL changed everything for me. I am grateful to Olamide for all the support and inspiration,” he states.
What Was It Like Working With Simi On The Album
It was amazing. She has an excellent spirit and that is my vibe,” Gold says. “We had issues on some songs that I thought were fine already but she made me do them again. We recorded Nurse Alabere three times. And that was Simi trying to be perfect.
On Getting Married Soon
I love girls, I just love girls but talking about marriage, I don’t even know. I am just focusing on music for now.
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