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DJ Black Coffee Gives Back To Community

BySiah Portia

Oct 20, 2020

Despite reaching global stardom, Black Coffee, who hails from KwaZulu-Natal, is passionate about giving back and making a difference on home soil.

During the first few months of the Covid-19 pandemic, Black Coffee raised more than R500,000 for relief funds through his online performances.

The Superman hitmaker first used his Home Brew sessions to raise funds for the government’s Covid-19 Solidarity Fund, raising more than R96,000.

Black Coffee has since launched crowdfunding pages to raise money for charities providing food parcels to families and individuals who are unable to earn an income because of the national lockdown.

With Gallo Music, which is a subsidiary of Lebashe Holdings, to help benefit fellow artists.

The investment deal saw the icon acquiring a 20% stake in Gallo Music Investments.

Black Coffee’s partnership has the potential to end the traditionally adversarial relationship between artists and record labels that will ensure musicians retain the rights to their work.

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