Adekunle Gold, the Nigerian singer, has featured Rick Ross, the American rapper, on the remix of ‘5 Star’, his hit single.

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The ‘Ire’ crooner announced the collaboration with the US rapper in an Instagram post on Wednesday.

The music star also shared a snippet of the song, adding that it will be released on September 23.

‘5 Star’, which was released in August, sees Gold recounting his struggles with sickle cell disease, and the tribulations he endured while chasing his music career.

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Listen to the snippet of the forthcoming remix below:

 

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Adekunle Gold gained fame in 2015 after putting out ‘Sade’.

He has since then continued to receive positive reception from music lovers.

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Gold has won numerous awards and recognition.

He has four albums to his credit namely: ‘Gold’ (2016), ‘About 30’ (2018), ‘Afropop’ (2020), and ‘Catch Me If You Can’ (2022).

‘Catch Me If You Can’, Gold’s critically acclaimed fourth studio album, featured prominent singers like Davido and Lucky Daye.

It has also raked in more than 300 million streams across music streaming platforms.

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