Over 84k people joined in on DJ Black Coffee's online performance

Over 84k people joined in on DJ Black Coffee's online performance

- DJ Black Coffee promised that he would give fans a free concert as they are self-isolating

- He kept his promise and more than 84 000 people were amused and entertained with a live concert

- Music fans could enjoy the popular DJ's concert in the comfort and safety of their own homes

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DJ Black Coffee entertained and pleased thousands of fans with his live concert streamed online.

About doing the concert, Black Coffee said:

"Doing an intimate live stream from home to keep spirits high at this incredibly tough time for the world. Music unites."

Briefly.co.za gathered that the 90-minute show had 84 500 unique viewers, making the concert a huge success.

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When it was earlier reported that Black Coffee was planning to give a mahala concert for all his fans, they were very excited and couldn't wait.

Meanwhile, it was reported that the muso once again lifted the lid on his creative process.

The world-famous DJ said he doesn't make music with clubs in mind but focuses on making music that people will enjoy no matter where they are or what they're doing.

“That's how I get to really enjoy what I am doing and have fun. I only play music that I love and I do the same with making music.
“I do not at all make music for the club. I love it when I see people posting videos of people driving to my music, cleaning their houses, doing random things just outside the club space. “I feel that people connect more in that state, where they are more comfortable with family and friends.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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