Nigerian Disk Jockey, Florence Otedola also referred to as DJ Cuppy, and former Massive Brother Naija housemate, Kiddwaya, are set to function in an upcoming British documentary actuality sequence, ‘Highlife’.
In an announcement made on Channel 4’s official web site on Friday, solid members of the truth sequence contains DJ Cuppy, Kiddawaya, Toni Tone, Kamille, Tomi, Chieferdcypha Bussdown King, Bernicia Boateng, and Irene Agbontaen.
The four-part sequence slated to premiere on September 10 is produced by Channel 4 and co-produced by CR8TIVE ROW and Optomen.
Described as first of its type, the Black British premium docu-ality sequence, “follows the lives and loves of a gaggle of formidable, glamourous younger Nigerian Brits all chasing their very own thought of success. Showcasing a group the place excessive household expectations typically influence profession decisions, relationships and even friendship teams.”
The sequence is additional described as “an aspirational and genuine portrayal of British life by way of a very distinct however completely relatable lens.”
Vivianne Molokwu, Channel 4’s Commissioning Editor for Factual Leisure stated the sequence was “an thrilling alternative to painting younger Black Britain with out a gun or gang in sight.”
“This assured new sequence will look completely different each in entrance of and behind the digital camera while nonetheless reflecting the highs and lows of life in a manner we will all relate to,” she continued.
Expressing pleasure for that includes on the present, Kiddwaya took to his Instagram account to share the information.
“I’m so excited to announce I’m a part of the brand-new docu-ality sequence Highlife, beginning Friday tenth September at 10pm on prime time @channel4. It’s the primary present of its type in British historical past and it guarantees to ship on jaw-dropping unique content material,” he wrote.