Dele Gold releases Gbogbo Eekun video
Gospel Miliki act, Dele Agbeyo, also known as Dele Gold in the entertainment industry, is making waves with his new album titled Gbogbo Eekun (Every Knee).
The Agbeyo, Ipoti Ekiti-native, who is also working on his third album, said he never thought of becoming an artiste. “It happened that each time I sleep, all I dream about is music, but in reality I do not sing. So, I became uncomfortable each time I go to church. Five years ago, I took the bull by its horn and produced my first album, Divine Warning.
“I got the title of the albums in my dream,” he continued, “I sing Miliki gospel because it promotes African culture. It also gives hope to Nigerians that the current economic situation in the country will one day be over. Joblessness, violence and incessant killing of innocent Nigerians we currently experiencing will soon be a thing of the past,” he said.
The businessman-turn artiste disclosed that he gets inspiration from the environment, people around him and everyday happenings.
Although he credits his style of music to Ebenezer Obey and King Sunny Ade, Gold disclosed that his major challenge in the industry is distribution. “Most people cannot access my songs and I pray that with time it will get to them and they will be blessed,” he stressed.
Dismissing rumour making the rounds that he will soon leave gospel songs for secular music, he said, “having given so much time and attention to my kind of music, I have not just started music, God has made me comfortable and when you serve him diligently you have no reason to deviate.
“Five years from now, I see myself as an artiste that will change the lives of the hard-hearted. I want to make a positive impact on the society through my gospel music. I have no reason, whatsoever to leave gospel Miliki for secular music.”
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