Top Nigerian Celebrities Turn Up With Dj Cuppy As She Kicks Off “Cuppy Takes Africa” Tour In Lagos.

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On the 1st of August, Federal Palace Hotel witnessed the convergence of music lovers, fashion creatives, business moguls and more as everyone brought the glam to the kick off the launch for DJ Cuppy’s 8 Country African tour in Lagos. Hosted by MTV VJ Ehiz, the concert was attended by the likes of Cuppy’s dad, Femi Otedola, Aliko Dangote, Segun Agbaje, Olamide, Iyanta, Ali Baba, Temi Otedola and many more.

SEE ALSO: Fab Photos From #CuppyTakesAfrica Lagos Edition

The concert aimed at appreciating DJs and Producers in the industry featured DJ Neo who kicked off the concert, DJ Nana, Leriq, DJ Olu, Spellz, DJ Obi, Ikon, DJ Caise, Young John who had Lil Kesh perform on his set, Pheelz, Legendury Beatz and DJ Hazan.

Cuppy ended the show with 2 different sets, both of which included dance choreographies and an electrifying blend of native/international music mash ups. In between both sets, a brief interview session between Cuppy and DJ Jimmy Jatt, who could not attend the concert, was played for the crowd. A special way of showing appreciation to the legendary DJ Jimmy Jatt from Cuppy.

A special tribute was paid in video to appreciate the support of the Dangote Foundation, which sponsored the charity visit to St Peter’s Primary School in Epe, earlier in the week.

With 7 more countries to go (Senegal, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda and South Africa), follow the conversation on social media using the hashtag #CUPPYTAKESAFRICA and follow DJ Cuppy on SnapChat, @CUPPYMUSIC. Find out what she gets up to and how her plans are going as she gears up for
the next show in Dakar, Senegal.

See Photos From Event Below:

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The Cuppy Takes Africa tour is presented by Guaranty Trust Bank

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