Black Coffee Speaks On His Grammy Win

"I dedicate the award to every African child"

By  | Apr 05, 2022, 01:14 PM  | Black Coffee  | Top of The

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Black Coffee's win at the Grammys is one that inspires many people. He took home the award for Best Dance/Electronic Album for his album Subconsciously, at the 64th Grammy Awards.

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Congratulatory messages started flooding in as soon as he accepted his award with his son Esona right next to him. Today, he opens up about this momentous award and what it means for him and that African child who is a dreamer. 

"I remain in awe of God’s grace and mercy; because I did not prepare a speech for the ceremony, with this post I would like to extend my gratitude.
I thank God for the gift of music, for blessing me with a beautiful healthy family, a wonderful group of friends and fans from all corners of the world,"
he said.

Black Coffee then thanked each and every person involved in the making of this album, including his team and the artists featured in it. 

Black Coffee also thanked his children especially his son Esona, who was right next to him in las Vegas. 

"This award is dedicated to my kids who have had to put up with me being on the road working on this Music. I love you, thank you for your unwavering and unconditional love. You anchor me @esonaaaaa to have dedicated my first album to you not knowing what it would yield and I also dedicate the award to every African child who has a dream of excelling in anything they envision, I want to affirm that it is all possible," he ended off before thanking more people. 

People are still congratulating the international DJ including his ex wife, Enhle Mbali. She put on her big girl pants and congratulated her ex hubby for his iconic win. 

Accepting his award, Black Coffee made the nation proud especially when he promised to return back at the awards, to collect them. 

"Wow, I don't even know what to say. I want to thank God for the gift of music and being able to share it with the world and heal some souls. And to be able to help people deal with whatever they are going through in life.

"I wanna thank my team...not going to be able to mention them all. I wanna thank everyone who was in the album, from Msaki in South Africa, to David Guetta who had believed in working with the smaller artists like myself, and for trusting me and trusting my year.

"I wanna thank my fans and people who follow what I do all over the world, I wanna thank my family and I wanna thank my children," he says as he introduces his first born son Esona to an enthusiastic crowd.

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