This Week’s Episode Encompasses a Dialog With Focalistic, the 5 Hottest Tracks of the Week, and Danielle Mbonu’s Favourite African Proverb!
Cowl Star Interview
South African artist Focalistic, who has gained large recognition along with his mixture of Amapiano and Hip-Hop, is this week’s cowl star and joins Cuppy by way of FaceTime on Apple Music 1 to speak about his newest album Sghubu Ses Wonderful. Focalistic tells Cuppy about his ambition of exploring African markets, and the way the credit on his album confused followers as he listed producers and engineers as options to make sure they get their credit score.
The Large 5
Cuppy shares the 5 hottest new African tracks of the second. This week’s choice contains new tracks from Kabza De Small, DJ Maphorisa and TRESOR, Peruzzi & Fireboy, Ckay, Blaq Diamond and Joeboy.
Zimbabwean artist Gemma Griffiths is that this week’s Africa Rising artist, a marketing campaign which shines a lightweight on the following era of African superstars https://apple.co/32v7zX4
Proverb of the Week
Nigerian-born multi-disciplinary artist photographer and artistic director, Danielle Mbonu, who not too long ago labored on Naira Marley’s video “Aye,” shares her favourite African proverb: “Ego na a pari mmadi” which interprets as “cash can insult someone.”
Cuppy finishes this week’s present with a particular mini-mix of Apple Music’s Amapiano Life-style playlist that includes music from Soa Mattrix, Mr JazziQ, Kabza De Small, Sha Sha & Musa Keys https://apple.co/3aiEzGd
Tune in and hearken to the complete episode this Sunday, December twentieth at 2p Lagos/London / 3p Johannesburg/Paris / 6a LA / 9a NYC solely on Apple Music 1 at apple.co/_AfricaNow