World-renowned South African DJ, Black Coffee, has shared the official line-up for Deep In The City event Soweto edition. This was after Euphonik requested to host a final Deep In The City event before he embarks on his international tour. His announcement was made on Monday, February 2020.
The final edition of Deep In The City will be held at Moja Café in Orlando West, Soweto, and it is scheduled to take place on Sunday 1, March 2020.
Some notable names that have been listed on the line-up are such as Bekzin Terris, Kusasa, Viny Da Vinci, Lemon & Herb, and Jullian Gomes.
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— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) February 17, 2020
Recently, South African TV personality, Babalwa Mnemo, took to Twitter to implore the Minister of Arts and Culture, Nathu Mthethwa, that Black Coffee should be regarded as a national treasure since he represents the country in several parts of the world. She believes that a notable personality like Black Coffee is too special to wait in queues to obtain a visa. To her, DJ Black Coffee should be issued a diplomatic passport.
However, some Twitter users have explained that a diplomatic passport is not a status symbol, and does not guarantee that there would be no queues.
Black Coffee is a DJ and producer that is highly respected in Mzansi and several countries of the world.