- Black Coffee has posted a video of himself taking part in the #DBNGogoChallenge
- It wasn't a random video he shot at home, he uploaded a video of himself shooting motion capture scenes for Sensoirum Galaxy
- Sensorium Galaxy is a virtual reality social platform that allows users access to entertainment by the world's top artists while exploring a 3D virtual world
Black Coffee is another celebrity who has joined in on the popular #DBNGogoChallenge. He posted a video of himself taking part in the channel while wearing special motion capture gear.
He was shooting scenes for the upcoming virtual reality social platform Sensorium Galaxy.
"While shooting for @SensoriumGalaxy decided to do the @DBNGOGO challenge."
The post got a lot of reactions and quite a few comments, here is what some of his fans had to say:
"Grootman you have to be drunk to pull this one, otherwise it looks like The Matrix remake."
"Would love to see the final Product, Broer you are now doing CGI in your videos."
"You're always supporting Mzansi artists grootman , I like that."
Sensorium Galaxy is a virtual world created for people to explore and it is filled with entertainment created by the world's top artists.
The project includes artists such as David Guetta, Carl Cox, Armin Van Buuren, Black Coffee, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and many more.
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Obakeng Mphahlele is one of the talented artists who is known for displaying his art on social media. Mphahlele’s latest offering is of none other than Mzansi’s finest DJ, Black Coffee, and he just posted a picture comparing his drawings in 2020 and the one in 2021.
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The gifted artist has shocked many with his talents, especially when looking at his attention to small details.
While always being humble, Ta Coffee definitely low-key flexes his wealth.
He showed off snaps from a coastal spot with a view to die for. Although he didn’t name the spot where he was, social media users expressed how they also wanted to go there.
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