Cuppy is gearing up for the release of her debut album titled, Original Copy. She teams up with Rema and Rayvanny for her first offering titled, Jollof On The Jet.
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Killertunes made a very highlife driven Afro-pop instrumental with subtle Afrobeat rhythm. The beat came with the regular 3-2 beat signature of an Afro-pop record. The kick and the shakers gave it the subtle Afrobeat style. Then the interwoven melodies were highlife driven. Rema delivered his unique style that was heavily influenced by the highlife-ness of the instrumental. Its almost like he was responding to the instrumental as he flowed with the instrumental. This made the song very catchy. Rayvanny brought in the bongo-flava style and it sat well with the song. The fact that there were a lot of musical styles that came together to create this song was beautiful. Cuppy's rap style on the hook was good too.
The overall production was good as every element of the song was in place.