POPULAR South African house music disc jockey, Black Coffee — real name Nkosinathi Maphumulo — is set to perform in Bulawayo on Sunday as the festive seasons gets into top gear. OWN CORRESPONDENT
Black Coffee will grace Horizon Bar and Grill in an event dubbed the “All black party” organised by 3D Events.
Mduduzi Mdlongwa of 3D Events told Southern Eye Lifestyle yesterday in an interview: “The show will start at 2pm with the South African arriving at 4pm to meet his fans, everything is in place now and we are raring to go. Everything has been cleared.
“Like we have been doing, before the party is for people to relax and enjoy and take the steam off the long year.”
Black Coffee’s first set will be at 6pm before taking a break and then finally wrapping it up at midnight.
The eventful day will include braai, meat grilling, pool party, photoshoots and Press conference with the South African disc jockey.
The energetic South African DJ will be supported by Victor Bravo, Keezy, Black Cee, Slimzah Wa-Afrika and Twist, among others.
Born in Durban, South Africa in 1976, but growing up in Mthatha in the Eastern Cape, Black Coffee has been on the music scene for over a decade. He got his break a few years ago and is popular for his smash hit remixes, most of which have dominated the airwaves in the past couple of years.
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