- Black Coffee recently had a chat with Burna Boy on The Ebro Show on Apple Music about African music
- Black Coffee told Burna Boy that it has always been his dream to perform on the main stage
- Black Coffee shared that African music deserves to be given a chance on the main stage of world concerts
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Black Coffee had a chat with Burna Boy and on The Ebro Show on Apple Music recently. The world-renowned DJ took to social media and shared a clip from the interview he had with the Nigerian musician.
The Drive hitmaker told the African Giant that he has always dreamed of playing on the main stage instead of being boxed into the "world music" stage. The stars discussed how African artists are sometimes bottled into the "world music" category whenever they perform at some of the biggest gigs around the world.
Black Coffee shared that he belongs on the main stage instead of a small stage next to the main one. He shared that he believes African music deserves to be given a chance to shine on the main stage.
Coffee's fans have flooded his comment section on Instagram to share their thoughts on what he discussed with Burna Boy on The Ebro Show. Check out some of their comments below:
"True, I'm always happy to see you play on any stage but happier to see you on the main stage because you deserve it."
"Perhaps we need to create our own stages."
"@realblackcoffee and @burnaboygram we need a song."
"Our own African kings representing Africa... Keep on shining kings."
"I agree. That's been my dream as well, a dream that you have fulfilled several times over. You are a true pioneer."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Rick Ross recently bought himself 87 acres of land in Georgia. The star forked out a whopping $1 million (over R16 million) for the land in Fayetteville in Georgia, US.
The land is not far from his multi-million-dollar mention. The Boss hitmaker took to Instagram on Thursday, 22 October to share a snap of himself and his realtor holding a "sold" sign on the property.
The proud new owner of the huge chunk of land captioned his post: "Promise [sic] Land just got bigger." The Maybach Music Group founder's peers in the music industry and his fans flooded his comment section on the photo-sharing app to congratulate him. One fan, shaheem_shahan, wrote:
"It must be a blessing to be able to buy anything in the world and never have to be told no. Blessings."
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