DJ Black Coffee and Nduduzo Makhathini’s collabo is more than two kings joining forces and is more like a spiritual affair.
In an interview with TshisaLIVE, Nduduzo explained that he and Black Coffee created music with a vision and that the fusion of their different kinds of music created something that would inspire the coming generations.
“Coffee knows that we don’t get to choose certain things in our lives but that we are servants of the music. I mean the idea of Music Is King, as well for me, it is quite profound. In that it says wherever the music leads you, you are willing to go as a musician. He doesn’t idolise the musician but the art, the music.”
Nduduzo explained that he and Coffee had actually attended the same school when they were younger and although they would have never thought tha they would be re-united by music, Nduduzo never forgot Coffee.
“Black Coffee and I actually went to same school and learnt from the same teachers and we were both at UKZN. We did the same program and were taught by the same teachers, even though he was senior to me, I think by two or three years. That was one connection we had and the other was we actually had similar ideas about music and many other things.”