- DJ Black Coffee recently jetted off to Greece to perform, much to many people's disapproval
- Seeing Black Coffee take his thrown in Greece reminded the world just why he is in such mighty demand
- Peeps flooded social media with posts of praise as they basked in Black Coffee's glory
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DJ Black Coffee left Mzansi and the rest of the world speechless with his performance in Greece. There is no denying that this man is a musical magician.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Black Coffee jetted off to one of the most infected places in the globe, Greece, to play a special set. These are the perks of having a private jet at your disposal.
Black Coffee and Euphonik had the luxury of still being able to perform live and all over the world despite the coronavirus. Life of the real OGs.
Last night Black Coffee performed in Greece and reminded the world why he is still in demand even during a global pandemic. No matter what he does, this man will forever be a musical legend.
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Seeing his performance, fans flocked to social media to bask in Black Coffee’s glory. Not a single person can deny the greatness that is Black Coffee! Some even went as far as labelling Black Coffee an 'essential service'.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Black Coffee will resume his international duties after spending a couple of months in Mzansi due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The world-renowned DJ has jetted off to the French Riviera. The Drive hitmaker is one of the DJs who will perform at the opening party of the popular venue called Shellona in St Tropez.
The star took to social media to let his fans know that he can't wait to perform in front of a live audience again. Coffee captioned the post:
"Can’t wait for tomorrow [Tuesday]! Let’s do it."
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