World celebrated South African record producer and DJ Black Coffee has been recognised once again for the great work he’s doing in the industry in the 2017 DJ Awards.
Taking to Twitter, Black Coffee shared the news that he has been nominated at the DJ Awards in the Deep House category. Thus, he asked fans to support him through their votes.
— #PIECESOFME (@RealBlackCoffee) July 19, 2017
“Honoured to be in for top Deep House DJ for the DJ Awards… Vote at djawards.com… your support means the world,” DJ Black tweeted.
The event will take place on Tuesday 26th September in Ibiza.
Founded by renowned Ibiza organiser Jose Pascual and well know DJ, producer and record label owner, Lenny Krarup, DJ Awards is an independent non profit electronic music awards according to their website. The awards has been the only one of its kind since 1998.
The 2017 DJ Awards marks the 20th anniversary of the event.
A recent Forbes’ top ten richest African music artists list determined by a number of factors such as endorsements, brand value, earnings, bookings, popularity, and social media presence listed Black Coffee as the second African richest music artist. He was only topped by international artist Akon on the list.
Black Coffee whose real name is Nkosinathi Maphumulo has not only promoted South African Music across the African borders but has put it on the world map. The multi-award winning record producer and DJ began his music career around 1995 while he was still in High School, singing in the school choir and studying the keyboard. He has five albums under his belt already.
In the course of his very successful career, DJ Black has worked with some of the big guns in the entertainment industry worldwide. Superstars like Drake, R&B singer John Legend, Usher and rapper P. Diddy have all experienced the magic that is Black Coffee.