South African musician Black Coffee continues to do great things within the music industry space both nationally and internationally. Recent reports reveal that Grammy Award-winning artist will be the first South African DJ ever to perform at New York City’s Madison Square in October this year.
Taking to Instagram, the We Dance Again musician shared the news while explaining that it has been one of his biggest dreams to perform there. Black Coffee has made a name for himself as one of the biggest musicians in the world. The DJ has worked with international stars such as David Guetta and rapper Drake.
His hard work in the industry has clearly paid off as he is set to become the very first South African musician to perform at Madison Square Garden. Taking to his Instagram page, the DJ shared that he will be performing at the 27 000 people-capacity indoor arena on 8 October — something that has always been his dream.
‘It’s always been one of my biggest dreams to take this music and sound to the highest level possible and to expose it to the largest audience imaginable and so I’ve dreamt of my @thegarden debut for many years — it’s finally a reality!
“Years of dreaming coming to you this October 7th, NYC wait until you see what we’ve been planning… Link in bio for early access registration! #GodsVeryOwn #BCMSG,” he captioned a poster from the event.
His post sent his fans into a frenzy as they rushed to the comment section to congratulate him. American rapper Busta Rhymes even commented and wrote: We will be Front and Center!! Congrats King
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