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Cuppy’s “Original Copy” is about Being Fearless to Do You – Read our Exclusive Interview

SEARCH BellaNaija BellaNaija MUSICCuppy’s “Original Copy” is about Being Fearless to Do You – Read our Exclusive InterviewBellaNaija.comPublished 2 days ago on July 17, 2020By BellaNaija.com You can’t deny that Cuppy is a hard worker. From business ventures to releasing music as an artist, a successful DJ career, a radio show, her charity—Cuppy is juggling it all, and excelling, too. And now she’s ready to take on more, introducing herself to the world with her debut album “Original Copy.” In this fast facts interview, Cuppy shares fun details about herself as well as the creative process of her debut album Original Copy, her thoughts on the #BLM movement and how she rises above critics and trolls. For her very first album, she’s beyond excited. “Working my a** off literally to create this masterpiece and cannot wait to share with the world,” Cuppy, whose real name is Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola says. She’s always known that if she was ever going to put out an album it was going to be pure gems. “I’m so proud of what I’ve created; most importantly, I made the music with love. So honestly speaking, I don’t care about numbers and charts, already proud of myself”. The lead single, “Jollof On The Jet” dropped on Friday, and, fun fact: the idea came to her on a Lagos/Accra flight while eating jollof. And the track features Rema and Rayvanny who are young artistes killing it at the moment.

I can’t wait for the world to hear it! It’s pure vibes.

What was the motivation behind “Original Copy” and what experience do you hope listeners will take from it?
SEARCH BellaNaija BellaNaija MUSICCuppy’s “Original Copy” is about Being Fearless to Do You – Read our Exclusive InterviewBellaNaija.comPublished 2 days ago on July 17, 2020By BellaNaija.com You can’t deny that Cuppy is a hard worker. From business ventures to releasing music as an artist, a successful DJ career, a radio show, her charity—Cuppy is juggling it all, and excelling, too. And now she’s ready to take on more, introducing herself to the world with her debut album “Original Copy.” In this fast facts interview, Cuppy shares fun details about herself as well as the creative process of her debut album Original Copy, her thoughts on the #BLM movement and how she rises above critics and trolls. For her very first album, she’s beyond excited. “Working my a** off literally to create this masterpiece and cannot wait to share with the world,” Cuppy, whose real name is Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola says. She’s always known that if she was ever going to put out an album it was going to be pure gems. “I’m so proud of what I’ve created; most importantly, I made the music with love. So honestly speaking, I don’t care about numbers and charts, already proud of myself”. The lead single, “Jollof On The Jet” dropped on Friday, and, fun fact: the idea came to her on a Lagos/Accra flight while eating jollof. And the track features Rema and Rayvanny who are young artistes killing it at the moment. I can’t wait for the world to hear it! It’s pure vibes. *** What was the motivation behind “Original Copy” and what experience do you hope listeners will take from it? When I first started making music, a lot of people thought I was doing something I shouldn’t really be doing. They felt I was being a bit of a rebel and DJing was something I should stick to. All my life, I’ve always felt like I was going against the grain. Choosing the right name was so important to me. We played around with a few names and ultimately put it in the hands of my fans, the cupcakes. After a really long process and a poll, ‘Original Cuppy’ was picked but I decided to tweak it to Original Copy which is an Oxymoron because I am a contradiction; I’m exactly what I shouldn’t be according to my environment. Original Copy is about being fearless to do you. I hope everyone that listens to my album is inspired by my story to be just that. You were born an original, don’t die a copy.
Can you fill us in on some details on your album, featured artists and producers.

SEARCH BellaNaija BellaNaija MUSICCuppy’s “Original Copy” is about Being Fearless to Do You – Read our Exclusive InterviewBellaNaija.comPublished 2 days ago on July 17, 2020By BellaNaija.com You can’t deny that Cuppy is a hard worker. From business ventures to releasing music as an artist, a successful DJ career, a radio show, her charity—Cuppy is juggling it all, and excelling, too. And now she’s ready to take on more, introducing herself to the world with her debut album “Original Copy.” In this fast facts interview, Cuppy shares fun details about herself as well as the creative process of her debut album Original Copy, her thoughts on the #BLM movement and how she rises above critics and trolls. For her very first album, she’s beyond excited. “Working my a** off literally to create this masterpiece and cannot wait to share with the world,” Cuppy, whose real name is Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola says. She’s always known that if she was ever going to put out an album it was going to be pure gems. “I’m so proud of what I’ve created; most importantly, I made the music with love. So honestly speaking, I don’t care about numbers and charts, already proud of myself”. The lead single, “Jollof On The Jet” dropped on Friday, and, fun fact: the idea came to her on a Lagos/Accra flight while eating jollof. And the track features Rema and Rayvanny who are young artistes killing it at the moment. I can’t wait for the world to hear it! It’s pure vibes. *** What was the motivation behind “Original Copy” and what experience do you hope listeners will take from it? When I first started making music, a lot of people thought I was doing something I shouldn’t really be doing. They felt I was being a bit of a rebel and DJing was something I should stick to. All my life, I’ve always felt like I was going against the grain. Choosing the right name was so important to me. We played around with a few names and ultimately put it in the hands of my fans, the cupcakes. After a really long process and a poll, ‘Original Cuppy’ was picked but I decided to tweak it to Original Copy which is an Oxymoron because I am a contradiction; I’m exactly what I shouldn’t be according to my environment. Original Copy is about being fearless to do you. I hope everyone that listens to my album is inspired by my story to be just that. You were born an original, don’t die a copy. Can you fill us in on some details on your album, featured artists and producers. Africa is endowed with loads of talented creatives and I worked with some of the best on this project. My debut album has a total of 12 tracks and I have 14 artists featured. Nigerian Producers; Killertunes and Bond are the main producers. I cannot wait for everyone to see all the surprises packed in the album. It’s hands down going to be the shock of the year. I’m so glad people underestimate me so that I can over-deliver. You’ve worked with Zlatan, you’ve worked with Sarkodie, you’ve worked with Tekno, all of them with very different styles. How do you decide what artists to work with, and do you find this switching of styles challenging? As a creative, I get inspired by an array of very different things. So whenever I get an inspiration for a song, I look at the direction of the song and think of an artist that best matches it. Unlike what is common among DJs, I’m very invested in the process of making music so for all the songs I have worked on, I have a personal relationship with the artists and we get into the studio. As a DJ and producer, I get to listen and work with all the genres of music. This has made it easier to work with artists with various styles. I also love working with artists that WANT to work with me, I cannot be begging you to show up for video; haha! We heard you worked with your sister Tolani on the album. What was that like, the two of you working together? Sadly my sister chose not to be on the album but actually helped me record vocals. In order to adhere to the pandemic

The coronavirus sort of threw a wrench in everyone’s plans for 2020. How have yours changed or stayed the same?
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