Famous Nigerian singers-songwriters Simi and Adekunle Gold have marked 5 years in their marital journey.
The happy couple Simi and Adekunle Gold sent sweet notes to each other as they commemorated their wedding anniversary.
They also shared a beautiful video for their song “Look What You Made Me Do”.
Singer Adekunle Gold wrote:
5 years today we said I do. Sharing, Loving, laughing, Giving, Taking and choosing each other everyday.
Happy 5th Anniversary to us. 🥂
We made a little something to share our love with you – Look What You Made Me Do.
Simi posted beautiful photos from their wedding and wrote in her caption,
5 years. Almoruf, FIVE YEARS of matrimonial activities. I used to tell everyone that would listen that you’re the best man I know. We’re not even the exact same people anymore, but it’s still true baby. I’m so thankful to God for my life with you. I love you so truly, deeply, completely.
You’re my best friend. I feel safe with you. And seen. And spoiled. And happy. And favoured. Thank you for contributing your DNA for us to make the most amazing child in the world. Thank you for continuing to choose me – with your actions, your words, your intentions.
I love you Mr Kosoko. I also like you very, very much. You’re a good man and I’m blessed. 🥂 To many more decades of goofing around, growing together and loving on each other in Jesus name.
If I no get you it’s like the sun without the light
It’s like the moon without the night
‘Cause I need you in my life
If I no get you it’s like faith without belief
Like a heart without a beat
What’s a heart without a beat…
Happy Anniversary Champ.
About Singer Simi
Simisola Bolatito Kosoko, better known by her stage name Simi, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and actress. She started her career as a gospel singer, releasing her debut studio album in 2008, titled Ogaju. She also played as one of the top judges in season 7 of the Nigerian idol TV show in 2022. She gained public recognition in 2014 after releasing “Tiff”, a song that was nominated for Best Alternative Song at The Headies 2015.
Simi was born on 19 April 1988 in Ojuelegba, a suburb of Surulere, Lagos State as the last of four children.
Simi attended Stars International College, a secondary school in Ikorodu, Lagos. She is an alumnus of Covenant University, where she studied Mass Communication.
Simi grew up dancing and singing as a member of her local church’s choir. She wrote her first song at age 10. Her professional music career started in 2008 following the release of her debut studio album Ogaju, which consisted of a variety of songs such as “Iya Temi” and “Ara Ile”. The album was produced entirely by Samklef.
Apart from being a singer and songwriter, Simi is also a sound engineer. She is credited with mixing and mastering Adekunle Gold’s debut studio album Gold, which was released in July 2016. Her music style is basically hinged in the rhythm and blues, soul and hip hop music genres.
Simi married Adekunle Gold in a private wedding ceremony on January 9, 2019. It was later revealed that they had been dating for five years. Simi became a mother for the first time on the 30th of May 2020 when she gave birth to her daughter Adejare.
She made her acting debut in Kunle Afolayan’s directorial Mokalik.
About Adekunle Gold
Adekunle Almoruf Kosoko (born 28 January 1987), known professionally as Adekunle Gold and AG Baby, is a Nigerian Afrobeats singer and songwriter. He gained widespread attention after releasing the 2015 hit single “Sade”.
He holds a Higher National Diploma in Arts and Design from Lagos State Polytechnic.
While growing up, Adekunle developed interest in music while listening to songs by King Sunny Ade and Ebenezer Obey. He became a member of his church’s junior choir during his teenage years, and went on to write his first song at the age of 15.
After the release of “Sade”, Adekunle released his first official single titled “Orente”. He was nominated in the Most Promising Act of the Year category at the 2015 City People Entertainment Awards.
Adekunle married Simi in January 2019.
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