Black Coffee shares throwback video of his epic 2019 concert

Black Coffee shares throwback video of his epic 2019 concert

- Black Coffee has posted an epic throwback video of one of his concerts

- Black Coffee was playing at a concert in Johannesburg last year when the clip was filmed

- The world-renowned DJ's fans have shared that they were at the concert when the video was taken

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Black Coffee has taken to social media to share a throwback clip of his epic concert. The event was held in Johannesburg in 2019, according to the world-renowned DJ.

The Drive hitmaker shared that he misses performing in front of a live audience due to the Covid-19 pandemic. He told his fans that they will dance again once the coronavirus is gone. The musician captioned his post:

"This time last year. MUSIC IS KING. We Shall Dance Again."

Black Coffee's followers took to his comment section to share their thoughts on the video. Some of them revealed that they were at the concert. Check out some of their comments below:

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mariiatavaress said:

"2021 they are not taking you away from us. I beg!"

ceasa_r_ wrote:

"I was there."

theresho commented:

"We will dance again."

ziemthiyane said:

"I remember."

lkd_ji_ commented:

"Wow amazing."

vinky16 added:

"It was a magical night."
Black Coffee shares throwback video of his epic 2019 concert

Black Coffee has shared a throwback video of his epic 2019 concert. Image: @realblackcoffee
Source: Instagram

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Idols SA took to Instagram on Sunday moments after Zama was announced as the winner and posted a video of the star where she thanked her supporters for their votes. In the clip, Zama said:

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"Thank you so so much South Africa. I feel so blessed, I can't believe this is happening. Thank you so much for your support, ally your love and all your beautiful messages for keeping me strong guys, God bless each and everyone of you. I can't believe this."

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