Black Cof­fee’s new res­i­dency

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AF­TER months of an­tic­i­pa­tion, South African DJ and mu­sic mae­stro Black Cof­fee will of­fi­cially kick off his three month Ibiza res­i­dency this week­end.

This mo­men­tous stint be­gins on Saturday, June 3 and wraps up on Septem­ber 30.

In Fe­bru­ary, the man born Nathi Ma­phu­mulo, who has laid a solid mu­sic foun­da­tion for him­self in­ter­na­tion­ally, an­nounced that he will be the new res­i­dent DJ at a club that will host scores of party go­ers and A-list in­ter­na­tional celebri­ties.

As the first res­i­dent DJ at the club, it means the We Dance Again hit maker will for the next three months be the head­line act.

This achieve­ment fol­lows his 2016 par­tic­i­pa­tion at Coachella as the first South African act to ap­pear there.

He will be play­ing along­side other recog­nised DJs such as Hen­drik Sch­warz from Ger­many and Salome from Spain.

The DJs fresh gig comes af­ter a few days af­ter he ar­rived in style at Cannes in a Tesla Model S lux­ury sedan, which is said to be owned by South African born bil­lion­aire Elon Musk, as he was gear­ing up to play at Cannes and Monaco.

Tak­ing to his In­sta­gram, Ma­phu­mulo posted a fivesec­ond clip video, let­ting his fans know that he will on the turnta­bles on Saturday.

The cel­e­brated DJ cap­tioned the clip: “Join us on the open­ing night this Saturday @hi­ibiza­of­fi­cial.”

The year 2017 has been fruit­ful for the DJ who has played at hip hop mogul Diddy’s house party while rub­bing shoul­ders with A-lis­ters in the US.

Black Cof­fee

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