Black Coffee wishes everyone would see music as a universal language

Black Coffee wishes everyone would see music as a universal language

- Black Coffee isn't feeling the separation in the music industry

- Taking to social media, Black Coffee posed a few important questions to his followers

- If you feel the music and it speaks to you, that is all that matters

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South African DJ and record producer, Black Coffee, has put his feelings out there with regards to the way he feels about the divisions within the music industry. learnt that with all the experience he has, Black Coffee comment that often the genres are divided by people according to those they prefer.

Black Coffee took to Instagram where he posted a video. He described his thoughts about the division and separation the industry is experiencing. He expressed that he thinks this is not a clever move on the music industry’s part.

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The internationally-respected DJ posed a question to followers, asking them should the hear a song and like it, would it make any difference if they should later on find out that the song was performed by an artist they would never have thought would. Knowing this, would it suddenly change their view on the song?

He went on to ask if this would also make them totally forget about the song solely because its artist was not commercial enough?

The most important thing according to Black Coffee is that should the song be “music” to your ears and give you meaning, then it should not matter where the song came from.

In conclusion, he said that is why he is here. He said he is here to evoke feelings!

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