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This Is What Adekunle Gold Is Listening to Right Now

The Nigerian singer gives us his personal Artist Playlist.

Adekunle Gold continues to serve us with incredible tracks and videos.

The Nigerian musician followed his outstanding full-length album, About 30, with some highlight singles this year like "Kelegbe Megbe (Know Your Level)" and "Before You Wake Up," a collaboration with his wife Simi.

Ahead of his concerts with us in Washington, D.C. and New York City, Adekunle Gold is sharing his own personal playlist of the tracks he's had on repeat recently. His 18-song Artist Playlist includes the likes of Teni, Zlatan, Burna Boy, Aya Nakamura, Maleek Berry, Walshy Fire, Fireboy DML, Joeboy, Rema and many more.


Adekunle Gold will be taking over the stage with his signature blend of urban highlife and pop-infused songs at New York's Lincoln Center Out of Doors for a FREE SHOW on August 8 and Washington, D.C.'s Howard Theatre on August 9.

RSVP to the NYC concert here and grab tickets to the D.C. show here.

Listen to Adekunle Gold's Artist Playlist below.

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The New Fela Kuti Box Set is Curated by Femi Kuti & Chris Martin

And they said the perfect holiday gift doesn't exist...

Fela Kuti's 50th anniversary reissues released this year have reminded us why his status as a legend continues to ring true.

Through the year, Partisan Records (the homes of Fela's catalog) has released a number of special reissues, and now Vinyl Box #5 is set to drop just in time for you to be named the coolest gift giver in your friend group. The highly-anticipated fifth installment of vinyl reissues was co-curated by Fela's son, Nigerian afrobeat ambassador Femi Kuti and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.

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