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DJ Cuppy Bashed Over New Song, “Charged Up”

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DJ Cuppy released a new single yesterday to the consternation of music pundits.

Titled “Charged Up” the song like her last effort “Week” has sparked very little interest from music lover and party goers.

“Charged Up” which was released on Friday, November 9, has been described as a a song with a foreign sound.

Analyzing what is wrong with DJ Cuppy’s kind of music Hero Daniel said “she’s Experimenting beats from other parts of the world (werk had the London vibe and “charged up ” has the South African vibe) and imposing Naija lyrics on them which isn’t bad but so far hasn’t been accepted. Before you can do that, you need to have stayed and gained the trust of the very hard to please Nigerian audience. If it was Tiwa savage that sang the exact same lyrics. People would be feeling the vibe.”

DJ Cuppy has consistently dropped unfamiliar tunes leaving here struggling for acceptance in the music industry.

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DJ Cuppy Comes Through With ‘Gelato’

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Despite being celebrated as one of the most popular Disc Jockey in Nigeria, DJ Cuppy’s acceptance as an artiste remained peripheral.

 

This position didn’t change even with the release of her compilations, as music pundits felt that what she churned out lacked originality. For some people, she made a mess of the original songs.

 

To convince her fans, DJ Cuppy dropped songs such as ‘Currency,’  ‘Abena,’ ‘Charged Up,’ and ‘Vybe.’

Hardly making much of an impact with the songs, she caught the attention of music lovers with ‘Green Light,’ a song which featured Tekno.

‘Gelato,’ her latest single is, however, being viewed from a different perspective.

 

Though still in its early days, ‘Gelato,’ which features Zlatan Ibile is currently number three on the Apple Music chart.

 

The song moved from its original position on number five to number three with just Burna Boy’s ‘Anybody’ and Davido’s ‘Blow My Mind’  ahead of it.

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Phyno, Yemi Alade Set To Bless Fans With New Album

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It is a period for new albums in the Nigerian music industry.

Following the success recorded by Burna Boy’s “African Giant” album, two of Nigeria’s A-list acts are set to drop their body of work.

Indigenous rapper, Phyno, has confirmed he’ll be dropping a new album titled “Deal With It” on Wednesday, September 4.

Phyno dropped the album alert via Instagram on Tuesday, August 20.  “Deal With It” follows“PlayMaker” his last effort released in 2016.

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Singles already released off the highly anticipated album includes “Agu” and “The Bag”. 

The PentHauze boss is however not alone in the game, as Yemi Alade dropped the artwork for her soon to be released Extended Play (EP) titled “Woman of Steel”.

“Woman of Steel” is the fourth studio album by the Afro-Pop/R&B singer.

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It will drop on the imprint of Effyzzie Music Group/Rebel Mouvement on Friday, August 30.

 Consisting of 15 songs, it features Duncan Mighty, Funke Akindele, Angélique Kidjo and American rapper, Rick Ross.

The album comes after Yemi Alade’s massive effort on Beyonce‘s compilation album “The Lion King: The Gift”.

 

 

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Blackface Is Irrelevant In The Music Industry-Reno Omokri

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Former media aid to erstwhile President Goodluck Jonathan, Remo Omokri, has said that Blackface is irrelevant in the music industry.

Omokri said this while reacting to a follower on social media, Twitter.

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