But did the 14-track LP live up to that expectation? While it’s hard to decide since the album is relatively new, already we can tell from the first reaction to the album if it’s indeed a good album.
His last album, “Afro-Pop Vol. 1” saw him stray away from his alternative roots to establish himself as a proper pop star. He was able to achieve this because he’s not exactly new to this. Back in the day, he was kind of a pop star himself, so switching up like that couldn’t have been too hard for someone like him.
With hits like “Something Different,
Naturally, we were expecting an “Afro-Pop Vol. 2” and even if he didn’t name it that, the new album was supposed to be at least a kind of continuation of his afro-pop doctrine.
Well, was it good enough to be his best album ever or did it fall short of the bar set by its predecessor? I’ll leave that up to you all to decide.
Let’s hear what you think.
Adekunle Gold’s “Afro-Pop” Or “Catch Me If You Can” — Which Is A Better Album?
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