TBASouth African DJ/Producer and winner of the Best Deep House DJ award at the 2016 International DJ Awards in Ibiza, Black Coffee begins his first ever Ibiza residency this summer, taking over Saturdays at Hï Ibiza from 3rd June to 30th September.
A graduate of the Red Bull Music Academy in 2003, the house maestro has gone on to become one of the biggest stars of the global electronic music scene, headlining
stages everywhere from Sydney to New York, Sao Paulo to London and Los Angeles to Amsterdam.
The rising star continues to push boundaries with his music too. From hosting Africa Rising, a 12-hour party complete with 24-piece orchestra, collaborating with Alicia Keys and becoming the first South African to win a BET Award to reaching double platinum selling status with his latest multi-award . winning album ‘Pieces Of Me’, there’s no doubt Black Coffee is South Africa’s most accomplished modern-day house export.
As founder of Soulistic Music, the man born Nkosinathi Maphumulo has also become the figurehead of the South African dance music scene, discovering and nurturing emerging artists and paving the way for them to break into the international arena. This eye and ear for talent are sure to bring a wealth of skilled selectors to Hï Ibiza as Black Coffee curates an impeccable line-up of underground acts for his 18-week residency.
“Since the start of my career, i’ve been driven by the desire to share my taste in music and expose the world to the beauty of South African dance music… I believe that Hï Ibiza is the perfect place to do that. I regard Ibiza as the capital of the dance music world and I'm truly honoured to be part of the continuing legacy of the island.” - Black Coffee
Hï Ibiza aims to unite the highest standards of music and entertainment, bringing world-class music experiences to a club designed with the dancer in mind. This state of the art club will showcase the most exciting names in electronic music throughout the summer, from the biggest stars in the scene to the leading lights of the underground, continuing the island’s legacy as the party capital of the world.