American Producer Timbaland Would Love To Collaborate With Adekunle Gold
Timbaland, one of the most well-known producers in the world, has stated that he would love to work with Adekunle Gold.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Nigerian musicians are working increasingly frequently with some of the greatest names in music as Afrobeats gains popularity throughout the world. The prospective collaboration between Timbaland and Adekunle Gold is going to be revealed to the public.
The Grammy-winning producer from the United States uploaded a video of himself on his Instagram account while listening to Adekunle Gold’s song “Something Different.” He described the music as “challenging” and stated they needed to put in work.
One of the most esteemed US producers is Timbaland. In addition to Beyonce, Justin Timberlake, Alicia Keys, Jay Z, Missy Elliot, and many more, he has collaborated with several multi-Grammy-winning musicians.
Timbaland has previously revealed Niniola to be a fan, and he even made an appearance on her album, “Colours and Sounds.”
One of the Nigerian musicians developing Afrobeats is Adekunle Gold (AG). For his popular tune “Sinner,” he worked with American vocalist Lucky Daye. Also, he worked with Rick Ross on the remix of his big-hit song “5 Star.”
With “Party No Dey Stop” starring Zinoleesky, AG had a good start to 2023. The song topped Pulse’s top 10 tracks for Q1 2023 and debuted at No. 1 on TurnTable Top 100.
A possible collaboration between Timbaland and AG would be highly anticipated by fans as it is guaranteed to be a big success.
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