On Kelegbe Megbe, Adekunle Gold gives out free life advice and lessons to the faction of people who do not know their level and as such incline towards passing their boundaries. With notable lyrics like “Money don’t buy Charisma” and “Ogogoro no be Vodka,” it can be asserted that no matter how much a thing might be widely accepted, it still can’t match some particular standard.
The ex-YBNL music label member also uses the song to call out people in every industry who do not know their place and claim to be unrivaled. When asked to speak about his inspiration for his latest music, Adekunle Gold said:
“When you know who you are, what you represent and are fully confident in yourself, you stop listening to opinions, trends and suggestions, good or bad because if you believe the good from a source, you better believe the bad from that same source, after all, human beings are fickle.”
The single got released along with a concept video, directed by renowned Nigerian filmmaker Clarence Peters. The video, which bursts with character echoes the song’s message that you should follow your own lead and not obey any rules and do what feels good.
Besides the message the video passes across, the styling of the characters, including Adekunle Gold was spectacular. They were all clad in traditional-inspired Nigerian and African attires – so yea, lots and lots of prints. But this wasn’t your regular dose of “printastic vibes!” We’re talking next level “Ankara” vibes here. Overall, the video styling was created around an Afrocentric-futuristic theme which made the video even more appealing.