Black Coffee Is Honoured By Chadwick Boseman
The world remains reeling from the sudden passing of Black Panther film star, Chadwick Boseman, who was revered across the international show business together of the simplest to ever grace our screens. His tragic passing thanks to carcinoma over the weekend was confirmed by his Social Meid accounts on the 28th of August.
Our very own international star, Black Coffee, paid tribute to him again yesterday and expressed what proportion he was honoured that Chadwick enjoyed taking note of his music while he was working. during a short video clip posted by the DJ yesterday, Chadwick is often seen counting the number of artists he listens to when he’s focused on work. With visible excitement, at 1:08 minutes he mentions Black Coffee’s “Get it together” song with international superstar, Drake.
It is no secret what proportion of an impression, Black Coffee has had both locally and internationally, having worked and produced music for Usher, Drake and Alicia Keys just to call a couple of. Even going as far as hosting Usher while he was in Mzansi and showing him around Pretoria.
The fact that he was admired by the Black Panther while he was still alive comes as no surprise, and his fans truly loved this.
My king🙏🙏👏 pic.twitter.com/DyLvM0hZ6C
— URBAN CHILD (@Njabulomnyandu_) August 31, 2020
Many of his fans appreciated what proportion impact Black Coffee has internationally, yet he remains so humble and continues to boost the Mzansi flag high by promoting our music to the remainder of the planet and plugging other artists while he’s on the road, like he did with Master KG.
Through all the drama and publicity, he continues to figure hard and obtain recognition from a number of the simplest artists within the world, which is why his fans have dubbed him the King of South African House Music.
Some fans even suggested that an album in Chadwick’s honour would be unforgettable, obviously Black Coffee is yet to reply thereto Tweet.
— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) August 31, 2020
We doubt the album will happen and it wouldn’t seem right for the King of House to profit from the sad death of Chadwick Boseman. That being said, his death touched mostly black people across the world because of the impact his role and movies had on black culture. From ordinary citizens to celebrities alike, his impact and humility touched us all.
Ulale ka kuhle T’Challa!
Do you think Black Coffee should produce an album to honour the Black Panther?