A popular Nigerian singer, Adekunle Kosoko better known as Adekunle Gold is set to work with sensational Nigerian singer, Oniyide Azeez better known as Zinoleesky on a new song, titled “Party No Dey Stop”, which he is about to release.
The talented singer made this known on his page as he shared a picture of himself with Zinoleesky, and captioned, “Agege boys pon your speaker”. This is the first time the two award-winning singers would be doing a song together, and many have expressed their eagerness to hear the song, after the snippet got leaked some days back.
However, reacting to the news, many of the singers' fans have expressed their joy about the collaboration, which they described as a needed one, believing the two would never disappoint them.
Adekunle Gold is a renowned singer, who has been in the music industry for years. The 36-year-old father of one was once signed to YBNL record label, where he came into the limelight. Zinoleesky has also been in the industry for some years, and has enjoyed a great success in the industry, and he is currently signed to Marlians Record label.
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