- Media personality Khanyi Mbau took to social media to show love to Black Coffee's latest album Subconsciously
- South Africans have been jamming to the album since its release and are finding it quite a good project
- A number of social media users commented on Khanyi's posts with their own thoughts on the album
South African DJ Black Coffee released his sixth studio album Subconsciously on 5 February and Mzansi has been loving the record. Khanyi Mbau is the latest celebrity to show the project some love on social media.
The 12-track album received a number of wonderful reviews even before its official release. As usual, Black Coffee delivered some mellow dance jams that got Mzansi excited.
One of Black Coffee's songs on the album titled You Need Me is a favourite on Apple Music and it seems like Khanyi loved the song too. She also posted a screenshot of Lost.
She took to social media and posted a screenshot of the song playing on her phone and captioned it:
"Heal me, Black Coffee."
Mzansi social media users have also been playing the album on repeat ever since its release. A few commented on Khanyi's post with their thoughts. Take a look at the reactions below:
"Black Coffee does it for me all the time. The instrumentals."
"I was just listening to that song."
"This song is me and I am this song."
"Thank you for the masterpiece brother."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Black Coffee gave an excited fan a very special visit at home. Mzansi-born DJ Black Coffee appreciates his loyal fans and always shows them some love whenever he gets the chance.
This time Coffee decided to pay one of his fans a special visit in her own space. Twitter user @NomzamoNgcobo13 took to Twitter to share her experience with the popular DJ.
"Guys cela ningihloniphe (please respect me). Black Coffee was at my house. Don’t mind my crustiness," she said.
Nomzamo was super excited about the visit and flexed proudly on social media. It's not every day that someone gets a special visit from a worldwide music producer.
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