While the whole world is up in arms against police brutality and racism, DJ Black Coffee has shifted his focuses in advocating for Black artists.
If you know Black Coffee, then his appreciation for artworks and his advocacy of black fine artists is apparent. This is a trend that started taking shape during his last residency in Ibiza as the resident DJ at a popular club, Hi Ibiza, the 20 weeks of Black Coffee Saturdays.
For all the promotional posters of the Black Coffee Saturdays, Black Coffee worked with New York-based popular fine artist, Harmonia Rosales, who boasts a clientele that includes Samuel L. Jackson, and Swizz Beats.
However, recently, especially with his Home Brewed live stream edition, the SBCNSCLY hitmaker worked to promote South African produced artwork. Most of the paintings were painted by a friend and internationally recognized fine artist, Nelson Makamo.
Recently on Twitter, Black Coffee promoted the work of aspiring fine artist, Brian Art King, who asked if he could promote his works.
Black Coffee then changed his profile picture on Twitter to a profile picture that explicitly promotes the engrossing painting by Loyiso Mkhize, which Black Coffee commissioned him to paint.