A few days to his three-night event at Terra Kulture, Adekunle Gold says he is filled with a mixed bag of emotions; fear, joy, worry, excitement, anxiety, confidence, and concern.
The iconic cultural centre in Lagos will play host to the singer as he takes the stage from December 13 to 15.
The singer said it has not been easy putting together three shows in three nights, but noted that “I feel like I am where I was made for”.
Gold, in a message to his fans, spoke of how he was recently inspired by the performance of Cassper Nyovest at the Global Citizen Festival in South Africa.
He said: “I spent 12hrs in a South African stadium watching South Africans cheer everyone on. I loved every single performance but Jesus, Cassper took me by surprise.
“This guy had just sold out the stadium the day before and could still command that audience and that reception like they had never seen him before.
“No lie, I’m still shook. Totally inspirational. Phenomenal would be an understatement.
“I remember thinking, “Lord, I want that” and I also remembered “I have that” I don’t take for granted a single day I step on a stage and I hear my name being chanted or my words being sang back to me.
“It’s not an ego boost. It’s a purpose boost for me. I feel like I am where I was made for. Two places in the world I am most comfortable, in bed and on stage.”
Gold released his sophomore album, ‘About 30’, a few months ago.
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