Black Coffee is undeniably one of the most celebrated artists in Mzansi, and if you're a fan of the DJ, you are probably aware of the money-making moves he's been making, with his success, he also uses his platform to inspire and educate his fans by promoting success and ensuring a better life for the next generation.
Black Coffee is an artist that is highly in demand, both locally and internationally and he has received many accolades.
While Black Coffee continues to further his career in the entertainment industry, he is still adamant about his ambitions to pursue his bigger dream of starting a school for musicians.
"My idea is to create a school where if you wanna be a singer and you get enrolled in this school, that's what we're gonna teach you...when you sign into the school, you're signing to start your own label, when you finish your first year, you've dropped your first single, second year you drop an EP, third year you drop an album" he said during an interview with Midem earlier this year.
Revealing that he is on the October issue of GQ South Africa, Black Cofee took to Instagram uploading an image of the cover encouraging his fans to 'look out for it'.
Take a look at the cover below:
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Main image credit: instagram.com/@realblackcoffee captured by @TrevorStuurman