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Look who DJ Black coffee is now rubbing shoulders with

DJ Black Coffee, whose real name is Nkosinathi Innocent Sizwe Maphumulo, remains one of the most well-known DJs to emerge in South African entertainment industry. Admittedly, there are many well-known personalities who have emerged in South African entertainment industry, and to list all those people who are well known internationally will most certainly take some time. However, what can be said at this juncture, is that South African entertainment industry has been growing quite impressively over the years. And in recent years, we have witnessed many celebrities from South Africa going oversees to raise the South African flag high.

Black Coffee has an illustrious music career. Many things can be said and written about about DJ Black Coffee's illustrious career, however, at this point in time, the focus is ultimately on the picture which he (Black Coffee) has shared on his official Twitter account. Dj Black Coffee uploaded a picture of himself standing next to one of the most well known Canadian Rapper, Drake. Those people who are fans of Hip Hop music, will readily recall who Drake is. There is some indication that this picture of Black Coffee rubbing shoulders with Drake has since managed to capture the attention of many people who follow Black Coffee on Twitter.

DJ Black Coffee captioned the picture which he took with Drake with Drake with the following words "Certified G". It is not known where did Black Coffee and the Canadian Rapper, Drake take the picture which Black Coffee has since shared on his official Twitter account. The picture goes to show that now South African born celebrities are now rubbing shoulders with the most known Celebrities in the world.

As already alluded above, DJ Black Coffee and Drake are into different music genres. DJ Black Coffee is more into Deep Soulfoul house, whereas, Drake is into Hip Hop.

And in South Africa, there is large audience for the Hip Hop genre. As a matter of fact, Hip hop genre in South Africa has been growing quite substantially in South Africa, as well.

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