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Black Coffee in 'Severe Travel Accident'

The incident resulted in unforeseen complications and left him with some injuries.

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Black Coffee in ‘Severe Travel Accident'

Grammy award winner, Nkosinathi Maphumulo, better known as Black Coffee is being treated in hospital.

He was injured in what his team is calling a ‘severe travel accident'.

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The DJ was flying to a performance in Mar Del Plata, in Argentina.

Maphumulo sustained injuries and is said to be receiving medical care.

His team says he’s recovering well and will be back on the decks soon.

Black Coffee suffered injuries after being involved in a “severe travel accident” in Argentina.

A statement posted Wednesday (Jan. 10) on the artist’s Instagram account says that the situation occurred “on a flight en route to his scheduled show in Mar Del Plata. The incident resulted in unforeseen complications and left him with some injuries.”

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Black Coffee in ‘Severe Travel Accident

We can confirm that he is receiving the best possible medical attention and is surrounded by a supportive family and team. In respect of his privacy, we kindly request understanding and patience from the media and his fans.”

The Grammy-winning producer had been scheduled to play a show at the nightclub Mute in Mar del Plata, a coastal city in Argentina’s Buenos Aires province.

A representative for Black Coffee did not immediately respond to Billboard‘s request for comment.

Despite the challenges presented,” the statement concludes, “Black Coffee is optimistic and recovering well! He looks forward to being back with you all very soon

Black Coffee won for best dance/electronic music award at the 2022 Grammys for his album Subconsciously, becoming the first South African artist to ever get the prize.

Born Nkosinathi Innocent Sizwe Maphumulo, the artist has been a fixture of the global electronic scene for nearly two decades and has long flown flags for both house music and the vibrant electronic scene of his native South Africa.

He played a headlining show at Madison Square Garden in October.


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