DJ Black Coffee returned to the venues after the Lock Down. Some days ago he played at a party in Cannes. After this he went to Greek island of Mykonos .The hour and a half nightfall show was held at Scorpios on the island on Tuesday evening and was spilled over the world on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, you tube and twitter. You can watch some of the moments below.
The gig comes only days after Black Coffee and Themba continued their reality visits with an exhibition in the French Riviera. The pair are likewise set to act in Riccione, Italy after this.
Black Coffee was born in Durban in KwaZulu Natal and grew up in the Eastern Cape in Mthatha, before moving back to Durban to study music at Natal Tech where he majored in Jazz. His reason for studying music was because he felt that as a producer, he had to deepen his overall musical knowledge, develop his listening skills and advance his knowledge of music theory.
Leaving tech prior to completion of his studies, Black Coffee with two friends Thandukwazi “Demor” Sikhosana and Mnqobi “Shota” Mdabe worked as backup vocalists for the renowned Madala Kunene. Deciding then to form an urban soul trio “Shana” the three moved to Johannesburg to make their way.
@CaiiroSA and AWEN - Your Voice ( @enoonapa Remix) is out today, Here is @RealBlackCoffee playing the song on his most recent gig... pic.twitter.com/k0KMQodwph— Briam Harrison (@briam_harrison) July 24, 2020
#BackNoiseMusicAfrica 🔥🔥🔥🔥 @ArgentoDust @zamekasa #VictimsOfTheNight— Kususa™ (@KususaOfficial) July 22, 2020
Thanks @RealBlackCoffee 🙏🙏🙏 https://t.co/9QR7lO1wjj
Thank you Mr Maphumulo 🙏🏽🙇🏾♂️ pic.twitter.com/NKhGu55OQO— Reebho (@SihleTokwe) July 21, 2020