South African DJ, Black Coffee did something a bit different for his birthday this year. Black Coffee used his birthday as an opportunity to bring together some of the most influential South Africans from different industries in what he called the 'Black Coffee Luncheon'. Some of the invitees include the 'Good For That' hitmaker, Cassper Nyovest, the duo behind 'Shoota Moghel', the Major League DJZ, Boity Thulo and more. Everyone made sure to come looking the part with the usual suspects like Riky Rick coming through looking dapper while Scoop Makhathini and Reason went with a more traditional inspired look.
Black Excellence. pic.twitter.com/T6uEdtRuZ1— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) March 15, 2020
Guys @RealBlackCoffee did an incredible thing today, he used his birthday to bridge gaps between industries, and like minded people. A true giant, happy birthday king. #BlackCoffeeLuncheon pic.twitter.com/AaAtIwN3M9— George Avakian (@GeorgeAvakian) March 15, 2020
Community vs Pandemic pic.twitter.com/K9oypCaOJq— STOGIE T (@TumiMolekane) March 16, 2020
This is a movie shot in Nigeria back in 1959.— RASHID KAY™ (@rashid_kay) March 16, 2020
Yes Breakdancing originated in Africa. pic.twitter.com/DXJQMVkXFK
The Corona virus is officially a pandemic but of course black twitter couldn't resist making light of a very serious situation. I mean, what is more South African than having a dark sense of humour with DJ Zan D and Rashid Kay doing just that. On the other hand Sizwe Dhlomo and David Tshabalala used Twitter to tell us what they think of current President, Cyril Ramaphosa.
Would I be wrong to suggest a masquerade party?— Jungle Drill (@DjZanD) March 16, 2020
No gloves, no mask no entry? ????????♂️ pic.twitter.com/gmwl3JyN1E
SMH! There simply is no travelling without public transport in this country. https://t.co/IJiFypULae— Sizwe Dhlomo (@SizweDhlomo) March 15, 2020
It's not all doom and gloom in this feature of What SA Hip Hop Said. PDotO announced that the music video for 'You Don't Know Me' is on the way and if the pictures are anything to go by then this is definitely one to look out for. Musiholiq shared a picture from the music video shoot of Big Zulu's "Amamillion Remix." The remix has features coming in from from Zakwe, YoungstaCPT, Musiholiq and Kwesta and by the look of it, everyone managed to make it for the shoot.
IN Every Video I Try to Tell A story beneath The Surface there is No Difference with This One.— Cold Waters (@PdotO_SA) March 16, 2020
Great Work from my dude @terrencengwila for the Directing. #YouDontKnowMeVisualz
Loading.. @shotbyusfilms pic.twitter.com/8kNJg1cEQV
Al made me realize that I sell myself way too short sometimes. If I were to die today, I'd be so happy that I've had the privilege to work with so many brilliant musical minds. I'm super grateful to have made a significant contribution in SA music!!— !nstro (@Mr_Instro) March 11, 2020
So when its mentioned "What hip hop said"...— Against The Grain (@beatmochini) March 9, 2020
1. Some of these people featured aint hip hop they just tweet too much.
2. Same people feature on there and yet they aint saying anything constructive...
Is that what hip hop is all about? Ok...