Black Coffee expresses his aff

Black Coffee and Pharrell Williams at the Louis Vuitton show in Paris. Image via Instagram @realblackcoffee

Black Coffee expresses his affection for Pharrell Williams at his Louis Vuitton Premiere in Paris

DJ Black Coffee expressed his affection to Pharell Williams as he unveiled the Louis Vuitton spring 2024 menswear collection in Paris.

Black Coffee expresses his aff

Black Coffee and Pharrell Williams at the Louis Vuitton show in Paris. Image via Instagram @realblackcoffee

Black Coffee had a fantastic time at Pharrell Williams’ inaugural Louis Vuitton show. The South African DJ attended the famous show together with other celebrities from across the world.

At the Pont Neuf bridge in Paris on Tuesday, Pharrell Williams debuted his Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2024 collection.

Several famous people attended the performance, including Beyoncé and Jay-Z, the power couple in music, rapper Jaden Smith, actor Willow Smith, Spider-Man star Zendaya, rapper Megan Thee Stallion, Kim Kardashian, rappers Tyler, the Creator, and A$AP Rocky, as well as pop star and entrepreneur Rihanna.

Black Coffee complimented Williams on the success of the concert and provided videos and pictures from the occasion, including the one he took with Williams.

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DJ Black Coffee shared on Instagram:

“Congratulations on an outstanding show King @pharrell @louisvuitton.”

Coffee and Williams were shown together in one of the slideshow’s photographs.

For his debut concert, Pharrell Williams undoubtedly had a sizable budget and pulled out all the stops.

The Grammy-winning musician uploaded many Instagram posts describing his time in Paris. A video of Jay-Z playing “N***** In Paris,” his smash record with Kanye West’s assistance, was featured in one of the pieces. Additionally, a video of Williams congratulating Pietro Beccari, chairman and CEO of Louis Vuitton, before the presentation has been making the rounds online.

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According to reports, DJ Black Coffee bills between R2.7 million and R5.5 million for his music gigs

Unquestionably, one of the most popular DJs in South Africa is DJ Black Coffee. The artist, who is constantly scheduled and in demand for performances in Europe and the US, is said to demand millions for every performance.

For a performance, the Grammy Award-winning hitmaker demands between R2.7 million and R5.5 million. The star’s first-ever Madison Square Gardens performance, set for October, will feature tickets priced between R1000 and R1900, according to Ticket Master.

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