Adekunle Almoruf Kosoko was born on January 28, 1987, and is also known as Adekunle Gold and AG Baby.After releasing the 2015 smash track "Sade," a highlife rendition of One Direction's "Story of My Life," he attracted a lot of attention.
His debut studio album, Gold, which he released in 2015 after inking a record deal with YBNL Nation, debuted at number seven on the Billboard World Albums chart. The singles "Sade," "Orente," and "Pick Up," three singles, were released before the album Gold.
Prior to signing with YBNL, Adekunle Gold stated to Nigerian Entertainment Today that he created other designs for Lil Kesh, Viktoh, and Olamide in addition to the label's official emblem.
On January 28, 1987, Adekunle Almoruf Kosoko was born into the Lagos State, Nigerian, Kosoko royal family.
The Lagos State Polytechnic awarded him a Higher National Diploma in Arts and Design.
Adekunle first became interested in music as a child while listening to songs by King Sunny Ade and Ebenezer Obey.
He joined the junior choir at his church when he was a teenager, and at the age of 15, he composed his first song. After breaking up with a band he had started in school with a mate, Adekunle went solo in 2014.
After sharing an altered Photoshop photograph of him hugging Tiwa Savage on social media, he earned the moniker "King of Photoshop."
He released "Sade," a cover of One Direction's "Story of My Life," on December 19, 2014. The song got good reviews, and at the 2015 Headies, it was nominated for Best Alternative Song.
Following the release of "Sade," Adekunle, who had on March 5, 2015, signed a recording contract with the label, released his first official single, "Orente," via YBNL Nation. At the 2015 City People Entertainment Awards, he was up for Most Promising Act of the Year.
Adekunle Gold unveiled the cover art and track listing for his debut studio album, Gold, on July 18, 2016. The 16-track album features songs from Pheelz, Masterkraft, B Banks, Sleekamo, Oscar, and Seyikeyz.
Three days ahead of schedule, on July 25, it was made available for purchase. When it was initially released, it peaked at #7 for the week of August 13 on the Billboard World Album Chart.
Additionally, it received negative reviews from reviewers of modern music. In reference to the atomic number of gold, Adekunle Gold debuted his band "The 79th Element" after leaving YBNL Nation due to the expiration of his contract. Unity Bank unveiled Adekunle Gold as their brand ambassador on January 15, 2018.
"Afro Pop Vol. 1," Adekunle Gold's long-awaited album, will come out on August 21, 2020.
Adekunle Gold released his eagerly anticipated fourth studio album, "Catch Me If You Can," on February 4, 2022. The 14-track album features Davido, Fatoumata Diawara, Lucky Daye, Stefflon Don, Foushee, and TY Dolla $ign as guests.
Additionally, the music production credits for the album "Catch Me If You Can" include Seyifunmi, Davayo, Rymez, Lekka, TMXO, Tay Iwar, Blaise Beatz, Kali, Que Beats, and Spax.
In January 2019, Adekunle wed Simi in a close-knit wedding. They had dated for five years, it was eventually discovered. In May 2020, they had a daughter.
He admitted in 2016 that he paid 450,000 naira for his first automobile, a 1999 Honda "Baby Boy" (Accord), from a friend who works as a vehicle salesman.
Gold, however, claimed that a friend who rode in the automobile ultimately crashed it. And after fixing the vehicle himself, he eventually sold it for roughly 400,000 naira.
The artist has been accused of having an affair with Teminikan, a well-known video vixen, according to certain reports. On March 21, 2021, a well-known blogger by the name of GistLover uploaded a picture of the video vixen on the blog's Instagram page and advised her to avoid him.
Screenshots that were also published on the same day on the blogger's Instagram page both supported his claim and also suggested that his wife, Simi, was aware of her husband's extramarital affairs.
Adekunle Gold revealed on July 15, 2022, that he has been battling sickle-cell disease since he was a child. This announcement served as the inspiration for his recently released song, "5 Star."
In order to determine Adekunle Gold's net worth, we therefore need to know how much he has been earning from all of his streams.
The observation says that Adekunle Gold has a total of 220 million streams across all platforms.
Since they usually pay $0.003 per stream, this means that 220 million streams will bring in about $660,000.
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