Cheery faced Cuppy releases the visuals for her song “Feel Good” from The “Original Copy” album released months ago, featuring YBNL star, Fireboy DML.
Both artists document their romantic moments in their “Feel Good” vlog allowing us enjoy their special moments of romance with them. The sunny atmosphere, lovey dovey faces made at each other, amateurish paintings with funny Fireboy dances make the Video goofy and fun. The yatch is a beautiful getaway scene for the couple.
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