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DJ Cuppy Signs New Deal To Host Weekly Radio Show “Africa Now” On Apple Music

Florence Otedola aka Dj Cuppy has a new project for her doting fans.

 

Before now, she’d teased fans asking if they remember she said she signed a life-changing deal.

 

Remember the life-changing contract I signed and dream job I landed? Well, in 48 hours I should be allowed to reveal the HUGE NEWS and I’m already SCREAMINGGG”

DJ Cuppy

 

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She later said on Thursday morning she’ll let fans in on the big deal if she got 1000 retweets.

Of course, her curious Stans wanted to know what it was so within minutes, she’d exceeded the said retweets.

 

She has now revealed she’s signed a deal with Apple Music to host a radio show on the platform tagged “Africa Now”.

Though DJ Cuppy is yet to give the full details, we’re positive this is a huge one for her and for African music exposure and we can’t wait to see it commence.

 

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    josh
    June 22, 2020

    If there’s one thing missing from digital music services like Apple Music, it’s the ability to quickly learn more about a song or album without leaving the Music app. With physical media, these sorts of details were relatively easy to find via liner notes and cover booklets, but the information has never been integrated well into the Apple Music

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