Black Coffee's Music Is king Line Up

AKA is also one of the performers this year.

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:43 PM  | Black Coffee  | Top of The

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If it isn't enough that fans are already amped up for this years' installment of Black Coffee's Music Is King concert, the line-up has fans hyped-up.

The world-class DJ sent fans into a frenzy when he posted an exciting line-up for his upcoming concert series. The line-up has all of the country's faves and the distinct genres that each of these musos represent, promises a fire show.

At the recent Music Is King media conference which was hosted by the Skhanda Queen, NoMoozlie, Black Coffee and the performers Sjava and Moonchild gave people a glimpse of what to expect at the show.

Speaking at the conference he said; "They're unique in their music and the show isn't about genre, who sells the most & who's cooler. #MusicIsKing is about music & we try to create a melting pot of music with our line-up."

Much to everyone's surprise, one of his biggest rivals, AKA is also included on this year's line-up. Three years after beefing, it seems as though the two set aside their differences and laid their beef to rest.

Remember AKA's infamous tweet after the Channel O Awards where he tweeted; “Give Black Coffee a hand”.

Many thought the two had 'worked things out' after AKA dismissed claims that he was trolling Black Coffee, by saying his tweets were taken out of context.

Assuming that the two had buried the hatchet, AKA released a song and his verse which said he is so dope that even Black Coffee claps for him, did not sit well with the DJ. AKA's road manager caught himself getting slapped by Black Coffee back in 2016.

Fast forward to 2019, Black Coffee is heard giving AKA a shout out and why he included him on the line-up; "AKA is one of the most amazing live artists on this continent, so why not.”

Well, we guess the two have made amends and moved on!

Here's what a few tweeps had to say;

The Music Is King concert aims to bring people together through fashion, art and music.

This years line up will also achieve blending genres together and not deem superiority amongst genres so people enjoy music as a whole.

The star had also said; “We’ve created “Africa is Not a Jungle”. I've collected a few DJ’s who play a similar sound and we have started pitching this concept to other festivals. We intend to go to different cities and countries in the future.”

Who better to introduce South Africans to new artists and expose fans to new music than the internationally acclaimed DJ.

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