He began the year with two international gigs. And the calls for his services are still coming. Welcome to the splendid world of South African disc jockey, Black Coffee, who has just received a Wynn Nightlife Residency in Las Vegas, United States.
“Proud to announce 2019 Wynn Nightlife residency Las Vegas. #WeAreWynnNightlife” Black Coffee, who is on vacation, tweeted soon after his residency was confirmed.
Black Coffee, who had dropped out of school to pursue his music dreams and to take care of his family but may return to school this year, has been deluged with congratulations and goodwill messages from fans across the globe.
A fan going by the handle @DebbieValentina tweeted: “Congratulations @RealBlackCoffee !! It’s been an honor for us fans who have followed you since Winter Music Conferences in Miami to witness you humbly grow into what you are in music today, still staying true to you. Continued blessings, success and humility. #fansince2011.”
With this residency, Black Coffee, who would join the likes of Nicole Moudaber, The Martinez Brothers, Bedouin, Guy Gerber, and Jamie Jones, has confirmed his position once again as one of the most sought after disc jockeys in Africa.
The “Wish You Were Here” mastermind had the pleasure, recently, of seeing Portugal football star Christiano Ronaldo jam to one of his songs.
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