Singer Adekunle Gold has inspired his fans and supporters with his story

The Ire crooner sent a mail to his fans in which he narrated how he once pitched his business ideas to music executive Don Jazzy

Adekunle Gold also had a good laugh about how he called the music executive his dad at the time

Popular Nigerian singer Adekunle Gold has a culture of sending out emails to his dedicated fans as a means of keeping in touch with them or informing them about his latest projects.

However, his recent emails to his fans took a different course as the music star set out to inspire them with one of the experiences he had while hustling his way to the top.

In the mail, Adekunle Gold shared screenshots of his conversation with top music executive, Don Jazzy, at a time when he was still trying to make a name for himself.

Gold had introduced himself as a ‘graphics designer of magnitude’ and offered to design logos for Don Jazzy’s label at the time known as Mohits.

This was followed by the singer flooding the music executive’s DM with several links to songs. He pleaded with him to listen to the songs and also share.

A portion of the conversation also showed how he once referred to the producer as his dad.

Adekunle Gold shared how he begged to be the official graphics artist of Mohits. Photo: Adekunle Gold Source: UGC

In a bid to make fun of the situation, Adekunle Gold was back on his Twitter page to have a good laugh about how he referred to Don Jazzy as his dad at the time.

Similarly, the talented singer also made a casual joke about how he described himself as a ‘graphics designer of magnitude’.

See his tweets below:

Check out what Don Jazzy had to say to the singer’s tweets below:

By Johnny