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There were days when there were plenty of fans, but my wallet was empty.’ — Adekunle Gold, a singer, recalls

Adekunle Gold, a Nigerian singer and composer, has spoken about being broke while being a successful musician.

There were days when there were plenty of fans, but my wallet was empty.' — Adekunle Gold, a singer, recalls

In a recent email, Adekunle Gold disclosed that he borrowed money from friends and relatives and that all of the money he earned from his music was re-invested in his music.

He claims that he received a lot of rejections along the way and that he fought really hard to get to where he is now. The ‘Sinner’ singer warned his fans not to let anyone trick them out of a fight or a difficult experience.

“As I’ve grown and evolved, my friends will tell you that every cent I’ve made on this thing has gone right back into it,” he stated. Friends and family have even loaned me money for the sake of my dreams, which I am grateful for.

There were days not long ago when the fans were plenty but the bank account was nearly empty. I tried so hard to push myself and my creativity, and while I know Kehinde gets it, the majority of people didn’t, and I can’t count the number of no’s I received. It’s not easy to feel neglected, undercooked, insulted, and vilified all of the time.

Allow no one to scam you out of a struggle or a difficult experience, ma fi ago alago sise, and don’t allow social bullshit speed up your progress. Struggle, cry, and experience your agony to its depths. EXPERIENCE IT! Only then will you be able to discern when things are going well.”

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