New Video: J’Odie – Kuchi Kuchi [Oh Baby]


Singer and Jeweler, J’odie, who first graced our Tv sets as Contestant on the premier edition of West African idols [in 2007, alongside Timi Dakolo and Omawumi], was re-introduced in December 2010 with her debut single ‘KUCHI KUCHI [Oh Baby], which has since been enjoying massive airplay.

Now, J’odie is set to take her entree a notch higher as she releases a video for the successful single.

The video which was shot in Lagos and directed by Toka McBaror, was officially released on Thursday, the 17th of February.

Lovely video for an already catchy tune… Enjoy.


Official Press Release/Bio

Born Joy Odiete Eseoghene to an Esan mom and an Urhobo father, who is a Pastor as well, J’odie grew up in Lagos – in a very religious environment and as a child sang in a choir; in high school, she led the school choir and at every point in her life, has been a member of a choir or singing group.

After High school, Jodie went on to study Mass communication at the University of Lagos, graduating in 2006, and the following year a new chapter opened in her life as she auditioned for the Idols West Africa talent show. Though not emerging Winner, petit-statured Jodie was a favorite as she thrilled viewers and Panelists with her vocal richness.
The Church may have been her take-off point, but being in a competition honed her skills and increased her musical repertoire as she delved into other forms of music apart from gospel.

After Idols, Jodie completed her national orientation program [NYSC], and has since been growing, learning and defining herself. That growth and definition has birthed the single Kuchi kuchi; the soothing rhythmic Zouk track, which since its release late last year is enjoying massive airplay. Jodie has worked with talented acts like Timi Dakolo and Ace Producers Cobhams and TY Mix, and has also performed at various events including the House on the Rock Carol Service 2010, This Present House (The Dome, Lekki), and La Vita Nuova 2010

With her inspiration borne mostly out of personal experiences and the bible, Jodie comes out with a message of love, peace, and hope; all universal messages but with a personal spin that we can all relate with.


  1. I love this song but i’ve been unable to download it, nobody around me has it so i need sites where i can download this song pls guys.

  2. I 1st watched this video on the AIT top 10 coutdown show,so i fell in love with the song including the video,letter on the next day i log on to google and searched 4 the music 2 download,and finally i downloaded it,well all am trying 2 say is that j’odie is a very nice and talented artist,i love her musics mostly this very 1 titled kuchi kuchi(oh baby)

  3. Jodie is good,she is outstandin,she came with good vocals,stunnin lyrics provin 2 d international community dat nigeria is grate.i know d sky is her limit & our lord God in His eminent grace will continue to uplift her.

  4. jodie ur song nah die!
    Mornin,aftanun n 9te am alwaz listenin. Al ma frndz in skol luvs d song bcos of d way i sing wit so much joy in ma hat so dy cal me kuchi kuchi baby.
    Luv u so much n kip it up

  5. Excellent, Jodie has showed d world dat Niaja can do all type of music. I lik her coustume. D video really luked African. We want more Jodie.

  6. I don’t know what it is in this music that brings tears to my eyes. She’s really a creative writer. I can’t stop playing this song its my new anthem

  7. I never knew talented acts like dis stil exist in nigeria, may God b praised 4 dis wodaful inspiration, i cnt stop playing dis coz am going kuchi kuchi my swt baby.

  8. Really dis song is 4 eva green. I met a girl play’n dis song & i hv neva stoped luv’n dis girl,oh baby is my tom & name


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