- DJ Black Coffee has already reached 100 million streams for his album that he hasn't even released yet
- The album Subconsciously is set to be released on 5 February and features a number of international artists
- Social media users commented on Black Coffee's celebratory post with their thoughts on the new record
Black Coffee is a world-renowned DJ and has really made a name for himself overseas. Coffee has recently made a new milestone and has reached 100 million streams for his upcoming album. The crazy thing is that the album hasn't even dropped yet.
The DJ shared the wonderful news on Twitter and was proud of himself for his wild achievement. His album is set to be released on 5 February 2021.
“More than 100 million streams worldwide already. Subconsciously out on February 5 2021,” said Black Coffee.
It was not mentioned whether the streams were from across all digital platforms or not. Nine out of 12 songs have been released on the Apple Music platforms.
The album features a number of international artists such as Usher, Sabrina Claudio, Cassie and Pharrell Williams to name a few.
Social media users reacted to the news that Black Coffee's upcoming album had reached 100 million streams. The tweet has received over six thousand reactions online.
Take a look at the reactions below:
"Can you please release one more song bhut Black Coffee. Just one. Maybe "Time" it looks fire."
"You are responsible for 85% of my playlist. Give other kids a chance."
"1 million of those streams was me streaming Subconsciously on repeat."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Black Coffee spent some quality time with his family to unwind. Black Coffee has established himself overseas and the DJ spends quite a lot of his time abroad. He recently shared with his followers that he took some time out of his busy schedule to spend some much-needed time with his family.
Coffee took to Instagram to share a few details about his visit with his 2.9 million followers:
My mother said a little prayer before our short left yesterday. For our short trip as young men of the family, to hang out, have good and uncomfortable conversations about who we are and what we are trying to be," wrote Black Coffee.
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Source: Briefly News