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South Africa’s Grammy Award-winning artist Black Coffee has earned executive producer credits on Drake’s new album “Honestly, Nevermind”.


South Africa (17 June 2022) – Every time we share a story about Nkosinathi Maphumulo, known as DJ Black Coffee, we are filled with even more pride! His story is something to aspire to as it proves that no matter where you come from, you can follow your dreams!

We are all about sharing the success stories of fellow South Africans, and DJ Black Coffee seems to be on a rise that every South African can be proud of! His music is hot worldwide, and his reputation amongst Hollywood celebs is growing fast.

Many artists want to work with him, and the latest one is Drake. Black Coffee has earned his name on Drake’s latest album, “Honestly, Nevermind” as an executive producer and co-writer. There are three songs on the album credited to him and even his son.

“Texts Go Green”, Black Coffee’s son Esona Tyolo is listed as co-producer, he is credited on “Currents” as a co-writer and co-producer and “Overdrive” is credited as a co-writer and co-producer.


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Earlier this year, Black Coffee won his first-ever Grammy award. He dedicated the Grammy to all African kids saying, “who come from where he comes from and may think they don’t stand a chance to get on a global stage like this. It is possible!”

This is yet another incredible accomplishment to add to the talented South African’s list. We cannot wait to see what is next for Black Coffee.

Sources: Instagram 
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