NIGERIA Adekunle Gold’s ‘About 30’ Album Debuts #9 On Billboard Chart

This is definitely one of the best moments for Nigerian urban life musician, Omoba Adekunle Kosoko, better known by his stage name, , whose music is not only putting on the map, but also confidently owning its own space among works from other global music titans.

’s sophomore album “About 30” which was released on May 25 has been praised continuously for its substance and quality.  And to put the icing on the cake, Adekunle’s two years of putting the project together isn’t going to waste as the album has gotten a positive universal footing as it made it to the Billboard; with positive ratings pouring in.

Adekunle Gold – About 30 Album

“About 30” which  contains hit singles like ‘Ire”, ‘Fame”, “Damn Delilah”,  “There Is A God”, and lots more, was released to positive reviews, and made its way to the Billboard World Album Chart, ranking 9th.

Acknowledging his success to his loyal fans, the singer gushed about his music lovers and thanked them for purchasing his album as the figures continue to soar.

Following the happy development, Adekunle Gold his Instagram page to share the news with his fans by posting a munched screen showing the chart and captioned it with:

‘That’s ya boy on #9. Thank you guys. You did it. I didn’t. #About30 ?’

Big congratulations to Adekunle Gold for achieving this feat. Happy he deserves it? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.



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