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DJ Black Coffee will be performing at Misty Jazz Restaurant and Cafe in Lusaka on 9th September at 20hrs.  The event is sponsored by South African Airways, Carling Blue Lable, DSTV and Mojo. Supporting DJ’S will include Sebstian Dutch and Zien Bassflexx

DJ black coffee

Black Coffee (born Nkosinathi Maphumulo on 11 March 1976) is a South African multi-award winning record producer and DJ. He began his career around 1995 and has released five albums and a live DVD under his Johannesberg-based record label, Soulistic Music. He is arguably the most prominent electronic music producer in Africa.Black Coffee had his big break shortly after being chosen as a participant in the 2004 Red Bull Music Academy held in Cape Town. In September 2015, he won the “Breakthrough DJ Of The Year” award at the DJ Awards in Ibiza,a few weeks after the release of his fifth studio album, Pieces Of Me.

In 2016, he performed at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and Ultra Music Festival. Also in 2016, Black Coffee collected the award for the Best International Act: Africa at the BET Awards 2016, the first South African to do so.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxdorwzWysY

 

BY KAPA187

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9 COMMENTS

  1. These African wanna-be-Americans are a waste of time. They just influence our citizens to turn themselves into Western copycats. Kanda Bongoman and Salif Keita are the kind of people to invite if you wanna inspire originality

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  2. Chachine mwebantu why do you wanna be a continent of imitators? That’s why we never develop because we have no depth.

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  3. The irony of mocking western influence using a western language! Repost these observations in your local language on a phone/tablet/laptop using an internet connection created by your ancestors! If you don’t like this type of music, stay home in your loin cloth and beat a drum.

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    • Dumbhead nitwit. What irony when iam just conveying a message? And does your neocolonial education system teach you any indigenous language? No because it is supported by citizens with inferiority complexes like you. The liberated are fighting these complexes unlike brainwashed uncle toms. You think loin cloths worn centuries ago is what still defines africa? We have moved and Progress doesn’t mean copying foreign stuff and abandoning your indigenousness.
      Like any continent africa of the 17th century is different from modern africa, however, it has clearly identifiable 21st century styles. Its positive citizens can create original products

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    • @Marcus Garvey Whats the meaning of Dumbehead nitwit? kikikikikikikiki! I d like to use it on one of my brainwashed compatriots

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  4. I have heard the somewhat daft argument that says because we are using their language then we should just go ahead forget being african and endeavor to become Englishmen. I’m a Bemba whose in laws are Tonga so I speak to them in Tonga does that mean I should stop being Bemba and turn into a Tonga?

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  5. Insult me in your mother tongue … osati vizungu veh simuziba! Dumbehead nitwit? Lol! Easy tiger! Yaba!

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