Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, popularly known as Nigerian DJ Cuppy, has chronicled songs that have remarkable strides with cultural experiences in the Nigerian mainstream, from her debut single, “Green Light”, in 2017 featuring Nigerian singer Tekno, to her 2018 “Vybe” featuring Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie, and down to her third single with Nigerian singer, L.A.X titled, “Currency”, and more.
Including her 2019 smash hit record titled, “Gelato”, featuring Zlatan Ibile. She returned in 2020 with “Jollof On The Jet” featuring Rema, and Rayvanny alongside a colorful exceptional music video directed by Jimmy Turrel.
Jollof On The Jet set the pace leading the way into her debut studio album released in the same year titled, “Original Copy”.
While Jollof On The Jet was the second single on her debut LP, it was released first off as single having very presentable visuals, and an appealing structure in between.
Her 12-track debut studio album can be easily described as her being very much expressive and bold with the ability to fashion her unique sounds, termed “Neo-Afro-beats”.
Meanwhile, the project was good, and was delivered with a couple of music videos like one of the most charming Lagos Island visuals that she had Fireboy DML on set for “Feel Good”, it had them both on a cruise on the sea, displaying romance.
“Feel Good” is the fourth record on the album, it was good and had them compatible with each other as per a bit of chemistry; although I loved the music and visuals compared to “Litty Lit”, the eight-track that had multi-talented Nigerian entertainer, Teniola.
While Litty Lit was worthy of just a handful of visual chemistry, it lost in the record placement, hereby constructing zero appeal.
Teni delivered in the record strong, while Cuppy’s part was invisible as I looked for the appeal in the sauce to enjoy and couldn’t found it, she (Cuppy) abruptly failed in delivering the baton back to Teni who piloted the success of the song to near victory; why it wasn’t all bad is because of what the visual depicts.
The appealing locale was distinctive and powerful as their acting chemistry was a straight fascination.
The ability to connect its comic-ness was powerful and was an A-plus grade.
I noticed the chemistry lacking full on the song between them but then I had to look deeper and saw that Cuppy and Teni hold very appealing characters; it didn’t hide or went invincible in any way.
While Teni already had a couple of comic appearances in videos on her Instagram page, as she is hugely loved for it, and is regarded as our beloved Teni The Entertainer; DJ Cuppy has been having good times with budding her music career with highs and lows, before that, I’ve discovered a new path that she might leap as well as her incredible pair by the side, Teniola.
They both can successfully make one of the best and fascinating comic drama series ever out of the country because the chemistry they share as I noticed in between wasn’t about making music but becoming a perfect pair to make movie sets that could connect generations; their characters are in the video for Litty Lit were capturing and outspoken, it is confident and very enjoyable.
This two are very amazing, they can move mountains together in acting rather than making music.
Their chemistry lies in acting as pairs to light up strongly and connect generations through their entertainment; it’s very appealing and can last longer.