Black Coffee

Black Coffee and Drake shared a heartwarming moment in Ibiza on Saturday 16 July. Image via Twitter @andile_mag1

Iconic bromance: Black Coffee and Drake share special moment in Ibiza

Drake surprised Black Coffee at the Hï Ibiza nightclub where they jammed along to ‘Massive’ from the rapper’s album, ‘Honestly, Nevermind’.

Black Coffee

Black Coffee and Drake shared a heartwarming moment in Ibiza on Saturday 16 July. Image via Twitter @andile_mag1

Grammy award-winning producer and DJ Black Coffee received praise from the music industry after being featured as an executive producer on Canadian rapper Drake’s seventh studio album, Honestly, Nevermind. After a superstar collaboration, the pair met up at Hï Ibiza on Saturday 16 July, where the 46-year-old scored a residency gig for the summer in Ibiza. 

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South African producer Black Coffee officially kicked off his summer residency at Hï Ibiza on 14 May, marking his third consecutive year at the popular nightclub. When he’s not playing at Ibiza, the talented producer is travelling all over Europe and the United States hitting the DJ decks and popular festivals and nightclubs. 

Drake joined Black Coffee in Ibiza on 16 July and naturally, the producer played Massive from Honestly, Nevermind which was a hit with the crowd!

“Thank you my brother Drake for coming through to show love and sharing your light… You’re [a] real one,” wrote the producer sharing the video on Instagram. 



Black Coffee shared the heartwarming video on Twitter which left tweeps inspired by his incredible worth ethic and friendship with Drake. 

“Never in our wildest dreams did we think our very own would be UP like this bro, NEVER. I’m inspired,” wrote one tweep. 

“He was so excited to hug you. It’s so cute,” wrote another tweep. 

“I absolutely love how Drake seems to be the biggest fan of everyone he’s got a relationship with. Ingathi he’s the groupie in all his interactions with other stars.”


Honestly, Nevermind was Drake’s first-ever electronic album which surprised his hip-hop fans. The 14-track album features production credits from Mzansi’s Tresor, Black Coffee and the producer’s son, Esona. 

Although the album received mixed reactions from music reviewers, Honestly, Nevermind became Drake’s 11th number one album in the United States.