Black coffee scores 100 million streams on yet-to-be-released album

MPHO RANTAO

SOUTH African house DJ Black Coffee has achieved another milestone in his career, another 100 million streams worldwide for his album ‘Subconsciously’.

The surprising detail with this announcement is that the album will only be released on February 5th. 

The ‘Subconsciously’ album has nine out of twelve tracks currently available to the public on streaming sites such as Apple Music and Spotify, which features artists Msaki, Sabrina Claudio, RY X, Usher, Sun El Musician, Elderbrook, Pharrell Williams and Maxine Ashley.

Black Coffee took to Twitter to share his excitement over the news and thank his fans for continuing to listen to this music. 

The DJ tweeted: “More than 100 million streams worldwide already. Subconsciously out February 5 2021”. 

The international DJ’s most recent single ‘Never Gonna Forget You’ featuring American DJ Diplo and British producer/vocalist Elderbook, has had fans dancing all over social media.

Some major fans include Springbok captain Siya Kolisi and his wife Rachel, who posted a video of the World Cup champion and his family dancing to the song from his home in Cape Town.  

The rest of the social media fanbase congratulated the music producer and shared their excitement over the anticipated drop for his upcoming album.

@Bheki_CEO said: “You are responsible for 85% of my playlist. Give other kids a chance.”

@KasangoMusic commented: “1 million of those streams was me streaming Subconsciously on repeat.”

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