Black Coffee pens down appreciation note after his Grammy win
Black Coffee shares an appreciation note on Tuesday morning after winning his first Grammy Awards for the Best Dance/Electronic Album with his Subconsciously album.
The South African DJ got fans excited and inspired across the globe on Sunday at the 64th Grammys hosted by Trevor Noah.
He walked up to the stage with his first son, Esona to receive his award.
Black Coffee returned to social media on Tuesday to thank people who have been celebrating him.
“I remain in awe of God’s grace and mercy; because I did not prepare a speech for the ceremony, with this post I would like to extend my gratitude. I thank God for the gift of music, for blessing me with a beautiful healthy family, a wonderful group of friends, and fans from all corners of the world,” he wrote.
The international DJ further applauded everyone who worked on the album that bagged him the prestigious win.
“Thank you to @cv0tta , the @alegriaagency team, @dslevy and Kyle, as well as everyone at @wme.
Thank you to all the artists that contributed and poured their all to Subconsciously -@angelos_music, @msaki_za, @jozzy, @jinaduofficial, @davidguetta, @maxineashley, @delilahmontagu, @pharell, @sabrinaclaudio, @tellamanofficial, @michaelmalih, @unarams, @diplo, @_elderbrook, @sunelmusician, @usher, @celeste and everyone else who worked on production and songwriting to create this body of work,” the star added.
The Grammy-winning DJ dedicated the win to his children, especially his first son, Esona; he also dedicated the win to every African child.
“This award is dedicated to my kids who have had to put up with me being on the road working on this Music. I love you, thank you for your unwavering and unconditional love. You anchor me @esonaaaa , to have dedicated my first album to you not knowing what it would yield and now witnessing you by my side proudly holding my first Grammy award was a moment too great and precious for words. Sharing the moment with you has been an incredible experience.”
“I also dedicate the award to every African child who has a dream of excelling in anything they envision, I want to affirm that it is all possible. #Godsveryown.”
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