5 times Black Coffee has killed it in 2017

05 October 2017
No need to wait till the end of the year to celebrate his 2017 achievements
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This past weekend Black Coffee wrapped one of his biggest residencies yet in Ibiza. The moment was added testament to the dominance of Africa's biggest DJs.

However anyone who has kept an eye on Black Coffee knows that the sky is never the limit for him and it's only a matter of time before he blows us away with yet another incredible venture or milestone. Which is why we saw it fit to recap on his biggest moments thus far in the year even if there's still three months remaining in 2017 for him to slay us more!

Take a look at the five times Black Coffee has killed it thus far

THAT Diddy co-sign

It's no secret that Black Coffee has rubbed shoulders with the best of them but the moment he got that incredible co-sign from P. Diddy, we officially knew he was now playing in a realm of his own!

Miami you heard @diddy

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Hi Ibiza Residency

A gig overseas is one thing but what happens when the hottest club in the party capital of the world pens you down for eighteen back to back weekend dates? Coffee's June to September residency was a phenomenal nod from the international entertainment world like we've never seen before and something tells us he is only just getting started!

His magical wedding

It's not only work for Black Coffee. The DJ also wed his actress and entrepreneur wife, Enhle Mbali in a fairytale ceremony at the Sun City resort in the North West of South Africa


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Drake jumps on his wave

The saying goes, "Game recognise game" and Drake certainly spotted it in Black Coffee. Which is why for his latest project he simply just had to get onto Black Coffee's smash hit, "Superman" and make a version of his own. The track itself went on to chart both locally and internationally and marked yet another milestone in Black Coffee's indomitable music career.

What a time for South African Music ????????????

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Give back to those who need it the most

With all his successes and achievements, Black Coffee has never forgotten his humble beginnings. Which is why the DJ made time in his schedule to head back to his old school, Zimele High School, where he revamped the school's computer room. Coffee also has other initiatives as well like the Black Coffee Foundation and his forthcoming school with designer Laduma and painter Nelson Makamo.

Only time will tell as to what's next for the man born Nathi Maphumulo but is history is anything to go by, it's going to be spectacular!

Look out for the VUZU special with Black Coffee soon on DStv 103.