All DJ Black Coffee albums and songs

All DJ Black Coffee albums and songs

Black Coffee, Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo, is a 42-year-old deejay, singer, songwriter and record producer. So far, he has released five albums and one live DVD. Black Coffee gained recognition after he was chosen to participate in the Red Bull Music Awards that took place in Cape Town in 2004. In 2015 he won the breakthrough deejay of the year on the DJ Awards that took place in Ibiza. His music is really amazing and his hits are usually featuring amazing artists like David Guetta and Hugh Masekela. He is relentless and full of passion for what he does. Below are all the albums that he has released, the songs, and the awards that he received from them.

Black Coffee

Black Coffee likes it real and the mix tapes have sold worldwide. The deejay has a good set and he has been called to play at big events like the Wallagram Cercle and Mix Mag. Black Coffee knows how to build the tempo and take away the hearts of the people. One cannot help but dance or sing along.

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Black Coffee albums

All his albums are composed of music that is originally written by him. The songs to some extent speak about him. Below are the names of the albums.

1. Black coffee(2005-2006)

Black Coffee albums

Black Coffee started off in 2005 and did a remix of Hugh Masekela’s song Stimela. This gained him recognition and as much as being a deejay was not very popular in most parts of South Africa, he introduced a new thing that everybody liked. Later on, he released the self-titled alum black coffee. The album featured artists like Thandiswa Mazwai and Hugh Masekela and many more. The album was mostly received well in the SADC region. Technology was not as advanced as it is now and he managed to do the album using a computer mouse, a legendary move that caught the attention of many.

The album features the songs below

  • Stimela (Blackcoffee Remix)
  • Kwanele (Blackcoffee Remix)
  • S'khuzile (Blackcoffee Soulistic Mix)
  • Yena Chilillo
  • Molo Sweetie
  • Ziph'Inkomo (Blackcoffee Remix)
  • Basu
  • Yintoni Na
  • Come Back
  • Happiness
  • You Are

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2. Have another one (2007-2008)

DJ Black Coffee

By 2007, everyone had already fallen for his music. His songs were playing on the dance floors and actually some of the deejays borrowed ideas from him. The album has 12 tracks which are a great representation of what music can do. He featured Wathula Nje, which was a remix by Victor Ntoni that was released later in Europe with a song titled ‘even though’. The album featured great artists like Siphokazi, Kwaito, Busi Mhlongo and many more. This album was also the beginning of an amazing journey for him since he was invited to play at the Red Bull music awards and he won.

Below are the songs in the album:

  • Izizwe
  • Lo mhlaba
  • Masingita
  • Come to me
  • 100 Zulu warriors
  • Kwenzenjani
  • You turn me on
  • Wathula nje
  • Tribute to my heroes
  • Even though
  • Whistling Joe
  • Set me free

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3. Home Brewed (2009-2011)

Black Coffee DJ

This album was released in 2009 and it featured artists such as Hugh Masekela, Ringo Madlingozi, Zakes Bantwini and many more. It is in the middle of the album release that he got into the Guinness world book of records. He played for 60 hours without any break at the maponya mall. This was a great achievement that got the attention of many people worldwide. After the album release, this was not the end for Black coffee DJ. He worked hand in hand with other artists and he was able to release another album in 2012. Home brewed is a masterpiece and Black Coffee brought the beat home and it was a hit.

Here are the songs from this album:

  • Mama
  • Gardens Of Eden
  • Someday
  • Juju
  • Never saw you coming
  • The chameleon
  • Crazy
  • Trip to Lyon
  • Superman
  • Arise and shine
  • We are one
  • The Dark Horse

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4. Africa rising (2012-2013)


This album was launched at the Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban South Africa. Its launch was accompanied by a live band and a 24-piece orchestra. The album was released gracefully before 8,000 people. The Africa rising DVD sold double platinum in a period of one month. This album featured other artists like Tikolo and Brucie. The track that stood out most was Buya, a song that hit the airwaves making Black Coffee even more famous. He was also able to go on tours and participate in various music conferences. Black Coffee did what most artists were not able to do. He took the crowd and that is what made him so popular.

The album features the following songs:

  • Wathula nje (Overture)
  • Don't you {Give Up} (featuring Vuyo)
  • Never Saw you coming (featuring Tsepo)
  • Masquerade (featuring Alexander James)
  • Turn Me On (featuring Bucie)
  • Arise & Shine (featuring Tumelo)
  • Rock My World (featuring Soulstar)
  • The Chameleon (featuring Black Moses)
  • Crazy (featuring Zakes Bantwini)
  • Gardens Of Eden (featuring Zonke)
  • Sik'khuzile (featuring Bruce Sebitlo, Oskido)
  • Superman (featuring Bucie)
  • Wathula Nje (featuring Victor Ntoni)
  • Lyon to Kwazulu (featuring Mondli Ngcobo)
  • Time to go (featuring Marissa Guzman)
  • Someday (featuring Zano)
  • Juju (featuring Zakes Bantwini)
  • We are one (featuring Zakes Bantwini)

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5. Pieces of me (2015)

Black Coffee latest album

After the world tour, spreading his music and selling more copies, he came back home to release his fifth album. This album got a lot of criticism because the cover was same as that of an American artist called Ledisi. However, apart from the criticism, it got social media attention and more people liked it, and some could not help but give positive comments to it. The song titled ‘we dance again’ was topping the charts and somehow the exposure had taught him a lot, as his choice of music in this album is a bit different from the rest. By the end of 2016, Black Coffee was among the top 100 professional deejays, which helped him to climb a notch higher and get to where he is now. This is Black Coffee latest album.

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The album features the following songs:

  • Intro / Black Coffee (Performer – Lebo Mashile)
  • Come with me (featuring – Mque)
  • Stuck in your love (featuring – Azola)
  • Love on fire featuring – Lungi Naidoo, Ribatone
  • Angelina (featuring Mondli Ngcobo, NaakMusiQ)
  • Extra time on you featuring – Portia Monique
  • I Have Faith featuring – Mondli Ngcobo
  • We dance again (featuring – Nakhane Touré)
  • Go On featuring – Khensy
  • Inkodlo kaMashimane (A Tribute)
  • The Beat Of Indlamu

Black coffee new album is still on its way and he has already released a single with David Guetta. This song was just released this year by David Guetta featuring Black Coffee and Delilah. The song is mainly about how someone would be willing to go to the end of the world for their loved one. The song has fresh beats from Black Coffee, and so far,, it has 13 million views in YouTube.

Black Coffee biography

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DJ black coffee

Since he was young, he knew that he was talented. Although he faced a couple of challenges, that did not pull him back. He was very persistent and it also took patience and hard work to get where he is. Since his career kicked off in 2005, he has gained a lot of experience in the industry and that has helped him to get to where he is now. His albums are a masterpiece, and if you agree, feel free to buy yourself one.

Black Coffee awards

Black Coffee has a lot of experience in the industry and he has had a couple of awards from his albums. In 2005, he got an award on best urban dance album. In 2010, he got awards like the South African Music Awards, Metro FM Awards, best-produced album and health magazine best man. In 2011, he got the award for the most talented male artist. In 2012, he was named the coolest DJ. In 2013, he won the SAMA dance best Dance album. In 2015, he was named the best DJ of the year, and in 2016, he won the BET award for the best international Act. In 2017, he got an award for the best Deep house DJ, and in 2018, he was named the best international DJ.

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Apart from the awards, he is a very humble guy who loves what he does. Black Coffee albums are simply legendary and fans cannot wait for his next album.


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