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Black Coffee produces Drake’s album


Internationally acclaimed artist DJ Black Coffee has made South Africans proud. This after it was revealed that he had produced and written three songs on rapper Drake‘s new album, Honestly, Nevermind.

It was released on Friday, 17 June, and he produced Overdrive, Currents and Texts Go Green, which he co-produced with his son, Esona Tyolo.

He posted a photo of Esona on social media, with the caption: “So proud of this guy.”

Congolese-born, South African-based musician Tresor also worked on the album. And he took to Twitter to share the news.

“Drake Honestly, Nevermind album out now. Honoured to finally share that I’ve collaborated with Drake on new music for his latest album. Worked on six songs together, and it’s also a great honour to contribute vocals on three songs,” he wrote.

Black Coffee has also been listed on the album cover as one of the executive producers, alongside Noah 40 Shebib, Oliver El-Khatib, and Noel Cadastre.

The news left social media users proud of him.

Rapper Cassper Nyovest wrote: “Drake just dropped a full dance album and Black Coffee production is very heavy on that. What a time.”

Msenti said he was proud of the musician.
“Happy to see Black Coffee on the Drake album. Again, we’re happy and proud as a Zulu nation in KZN,” he said.

Then Prime Suspect tweeted: “Drake’s new album with Black Coffee is nice. Black Coffee keeps on raising the SA flag. Proud of Coffee.”

Stera Clemond added: “But guys, Black Coffee production on Drake’s new album is crazy. South Africa is proud of you grootman; representing us on the map


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