Black Coffee thanks Drake for helping him chart Billboard Hot 100

Black Coffee thanks Drake for helping him chart Billboard Hot 100

- Black Coffee has applauded superstar rapper Drake for assisting him chart the Billboard Hot 100

- The Toosie Slide hitmaker, Black Coffee and Jorja Smith charted with their song titled Get It Together

- Drake has helped scores of artists from and outside of the US to get into and climb up the prestigious chart

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Black Coffee has taken to social media to praise Drake for helping him chart the the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The internationally acclaimed Mzansi DJ worked with Drake and Jorja Smith on the smash hit titled Get It Together.

The Superman hitmaker shared Drake's "stimulus package" on Instagram and applauded him for always helping other artists get into the Hot 100 chart.

Drake has also helped other artists such as 2 Chainz, 21 Savage, French Montana and Future, among others, chart on the Hot 100. The chart is the music industry standard record chart in the US for songs, published weekly by Billboard magazine. Chart rankings are based on sales (physical and digital), radio play, and online streaming in the US. Black Coffee captioned his post:

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"Big up to @champagnepapi for always sending the elevator back down. More life."

@champagnepapi is Drake's official Instagram account. Drake recently worked with DJ Khaled on two new dope songs. Briefly.co.za reported that the two superstars linked up and dropped Greece and Popstar.

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Black Coffee thanks Drake for helping him chart Billboard Hot 100

Black Coffee has thanked Drake for helping him chart the Billboard Hot 100. Image: @realblackcoffee/Instagram @champagnepapi/Instagram
Source: Instagram

In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomcebo Zikode has laughed off suggestions that she's a one-hit wonder following the success of her collab with Master KG. The song is big internationally and it even started a viral dance challenge across the globe.

"This is not the first song I have recorded to make it big. Even Master KG has released big songs in the past. I recorded a song with DJ Ganyani, Emazulwini, it went very big and people were also saying that I would never record another big song, and then came Jerusalema. I have many more songs like that."
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The songstress has been keeping Mzansi dancing even before taking over the international dance scene with Master KG and their single titled Jerusalema. Her 2017 song with DJ Ganyani called Emazulwini was also big on South African TV and radio stations.

Kobanini was also a dance-floor filler during last year's festive season. She worked on that track with another popular SA DJ Mobi Dixon.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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