- Black Coffee has shared his reaction to a child jamming his song with David Guetta titled Drive
- Black Coffee showed love to the little girl by posting seven heart emojis
- The clip of the little girl requesting Black Coffee's song on Google Play was posted by her mother on Twitter
Black Coffee has taken to social media to react to a child jamming to his song with David Guetta titled Drive.
A tweep @Thatorale posted a cute video of her young daughter requesting the epic song by the world-renowned Mzansi DJ on Google Play. She said the hit still drives her bundle of joy "crazy". The little girl says in the clip posted on Tuesday, 16 February:
"Hey Google, play Drive - Black Coffee."
As soon as Google Play starts playing the track via Spotify, the cute child starts jamming to the song, which is known worldwide.
To show his gratitude, the surprised Coffee replied, "Oh", and shared seven red heart emojis to show love to the little fan.
Other tweeps have shared their thoughts on @Thatorale's post. Check out some of their comments below:
"This is so awesome."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee has finally dropped his album titled Subconsciously. The world-renowned DJ has been using social media to promote the highly-anticipated album.
The superstar DJ released the project on Friday, 5 February. Black Coffee trended on Twitter when the dope 12-track album dropped. Social media users took to the micro-blogging app to share their favourite songs from the new album.
The star's fans also took to Instagram to congratulate him for releasing the album while some praised him for giving them good music. The artist features musicians such as Cassie, Sun-EL Musician, Pharrell Williams, Una Rams, Tellaman and Msaki, among others.
Black Coffee's peers in the music industry and his fans have shared their reactions to the project. Check out some of their comments below: GoodLuck said: "Happy release day."
Una Rams wrote:
"Finally!! You put so much work into this project and it’s evident — congratulations big bro."
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