May 14, 2020

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'Be like DJ Cuppy' - Singer Lilian Dinma advised DJs

Nigerian born Europe based artiste, Lilian Dinma has taken swipe of European based DJs who derives joy in not promoting songs unless they are paid for the promotion.

In the social media post, Onyenemema crooner, Lilian, used popular DJ, Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola  professionally known as DJ Cuppy as an example to advice her fellow EU based to learn how to help artistes without demanding for pay.

According to her in the Facebook post, the eloquent singer said; "This is @cuppymusic, She is a Super Star Dj well known across Global right?? Yet she thought of helping upcoming Artist to Promote top 10 best songs every Month because she wants to give them a platform and who knows one could be the next star.

"This is what am talking about all the time. Think far Djs in Europe you must not collect money to put upcoming Artist on your playlist that, you are going to get paid from the downloads.
Cuppymusic she is not asking for money. She is Uk Based DJ yet our Eu Djs feels like they are on top of the world. You bring Artist down because they refused to pay you. Eu Artist Based have a lot of good song, lyrics,  production.

"You bring Artist down because they refused to share your post. How can Eu Artist share your post when you don't have their names on your play list.

"Promoters in Europe are really the ones who could give Eu Artist platforms but yet they feel its waste of time and money.  Eu Artist have good songs and yet you all refused to recognize them. If no Artist is coming from Nigeria no shows for Eu Artist why promoters? Really i feel promoters in Eu need to change their mentality.

"Let me stop here. Will talk soon about Eu Promoters."
Recall that Nigerian artiste, DJ Cuppy had taken to Twitter on 12th May, 2020 to reveal she will use her platform to help upcoming artiste, henceforth.

In her post,the daughter of billionaire Femi Otedola, tweeted; "I have made a personal OATH to support upcoming artists from now! I realised I need to do better with my platform!!!"

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