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Apple Music set to Begin New Show to Showcase ‘The Latest African Sounds’

Apple Music Set To Begin New Show To Showcase ‘’The Latest African Sounds’
Apple Music Set To Begin New Show To Showcase ‘’The Latest African Sounds’

Apple Music is set to launch a new show focused on African music and is billed to be hosted by Nigerian Celebrity DJ and curator, DJ Cuppy.

Announcing the show today, Apple Music revealed that DJ Cuppy is the official host of the ‘’Africa Now Radio”.

According to a statement from the music Streaming platform, Africa Now Radio with Cuppy follows the recently launched Africa Now playlist and will showcase “the latest African sounds, be it amapiano, afrobeats, highlife, alte, house, hip-hop, afrobongo, or kuduro.”

An elated Cuppy, speaking on the new deal said; “With a DJ background, I’m excited not only to play music but showcase the vast array of talented artists cultivating the music scene on the continent,” said Cuppy in a press release. “There are so many rich textures and sounds in Africa and the time is now for the world to embrace our diversity. Each and every week, I’ll be bringing a dynamic guide to discovering and celebrating the biggest and best sounds from across Africa, the Motherland. It will be entertainment at its best, Cuppy style!”

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