The album is set to be distributed on February 4, 2022, following the critically praised Afro Pop Vol. 2 album, which was released in 2020.

Adekunle Gold broke the news on his Instagram page, where he released a clip video with the album’s hashtag and release date as a message.

Last year, Adekunle Gold was supposed to release an album, but instead delivered his fans a couple of smash singles.

Adekunle Gold added a few awards to his cabinet in 2021 as he won Best Male West African Act at the AFRIIMA Awards and a host of others.

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Meanwhile, Muyiwa Olarewaju, a British-Nigerian gospel singer, has been granted the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) award.

The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, honored the 52-year-old awardee with the Officer of the Order of the British Empire medal at an investiture ceremony conducted at Windsor Castle on Wednesday, January 12.

In the Queen’s Birthday Honour Roll of 2020, the BBC One talent show judge and radio personality was granted an OBE for his tremendous services to music.

The elated singer could not hold his joy as he took to Instagram to share the news with his fans. He wrote: “For Services to music. Thank you to everyone that has relentlessly invested in this ‘young man’. You made it possible. A lecturer of mine told me no one is paying attention to you doing gospel music. Years later, here we are.”