Platinum-Selling Producer Black Coffee Collabs With David Guetta On ‘Drive’

Currently midway through another huge summer residency at Balearic super-club HïIbiza, widely acclaimed South African DJ & producer Black Coffee has delivered his brand-new production, ‘Drive’, a smooth and melodic masterpiece made in collaboration with legendary house figure, David Guetta.

Famed for his dynamic live sets and eclectic mixes, Black Coffee has become one of the biggest stars of the global electronic music scene, reaching double platinum selling status with his multi-award winning album ‘Pieces Of Me’. Working with the likes of Drake, Jorja Smith, and Alicia Keys, Coffee, Black Coffee is best known for his irresistible and rhythmic blend of house, fused with the tones of his African heritage.

Blessed with a deep bassline, and the emotive vocals of Delilah Montagu, ‘Drive’ follows a global run of tour dates for the South African, who has performed at Coachella, Tomorrowland, and New York’s Terminal 5 venue so far this year.

Black Coffee has teamed up with David Guetta on the release, with the Frenchman’s influence on the dance industry as a whole unable to be underestimated, amassing over 50 million album and single sales; over 10 billion YouTube and Spotify plays. Additionally he’s been awarded many Platinum and Gold certifications across the globe during his career, including garnering two GRAMMYs and a further four nominations.

Grabbing attention with performances at the likes of, FabricLive, BPM Festival, Sonar Barcelona, Mixmag Live, SW4, and two consecutive seasons as a one of Circoloco’s most talked about residents, Black Coffee is also the founder of the Black Coffee Foundation Scholarship with SAE and Bridges For Music, with his debut album single ‘We Dance Again’ featuring Nakhane Toure triumphantly climbing to the #1 spot on iTunes.

‘Drive’ is out today on Ultra Records. For more information on Black Coffee, please visit him on Facebook, Twitter, and SoundCloud.

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