Black Coffee is set to headline YFM’s Lyfe Music Festival. Image: Supplied

Black Coffee sizzles on the cover of Haute Living magazine [pics]

Supernova Black Coffee covers Haute Living and details his journey to success and his legacy.


Black Coffee is set to headline YFM’s Lyfe Music Festival. Image: Supplied

South Africa’s hottest export Black Coffee is the cover star for luxury lifestyle magazine Haute Living. The editorial spread was shot by celebrated photographer Trevor Stuurman who has had renowned national and international success.

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Black Coffee for Haute Living

The editorial sees Black Coffee whose real name is Nkhosinathi Innocent  Maphumulo, live the fabulous life in a cozy penthouse. The spread was shot at the Hallmark House Hotel in Johannesburg. The accompanying article features his account of his exhaustive schedule which has included tours in South America, his residences in Ibiza and Wynn in Las Vegas. His global takeover has always been a part of the plan as he stated to the interviewer:

The cover star of Haute Living. Image via Twitter @trevor_stuurman

“I think from the beginning, I was always obsessed with the idea of crossing over as an artist, being known by and exposing myself to a global audience.”

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An editorial fantasy. Image via Twitter @trevor_stuurman

The article also journeys through his career and how he got to be an internationally recognized brand and be a winner of both a Grammy Award for his 2021 album Subconciously as well as a BET Award.

Madison Square Garden is next

This is a story that we as South Africans know very well. We are also aware of all the bumps in the form of scandals that have unfortunately been a part of his story.

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He is ready for the next career milestone. Image via Twitter @trevor_stuurman

The magazine spread and feature come months before Black Coffee is due to make history in October when he will be headlining Madison Square Garden in New York City with an orchestra-led performance.

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