Black Coffee has just revealed that he is currently in studio with Destiny’s Child and American RnB singer, Kelly Rowland

This becomes the latest international collaboration for the South African singer.

Black Coffee has begun 2019 on an emphatic note. With a successful film, a new music video and a number of international residencies under his belt, the DJ has continued to work on upcoming material and he only has time for the biggest artists in the world.

This week, the DJ revealed that he was in the studio with Kelly for what we can only imagine will be music to our ears.

Black Coffee has a penchant for working with strong, soulful vocalists (he’s produced great hits with Nakhane, Bucie, Jorja Smith and many more great singers) and you can be sure that whatever work has been planned with Kelly will have great synergy.

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The DJ took to Twitter to share the big news and the reaction from his followers was uncontainable

Kelly Rowland is known to be elusive on other people’s social media feeds but the DJ was able to snap her just before she shied away:

Kelly Rowland was a guest at the 2018 Global Citizen Festival as she supported her longtime friend and musical partner, Beyoncé Knowles. Black Coffee was also reported to have spent a lot of time with Beyoncé during her stay in South Africa and one wonders if she might have played a hand in introducing the two artists.

This might not be too far-fetched because, back in December, a local events planner shared a tweet confirming that she had hosted a number of A-list guests including Pharrell, Ed Sheeran, Beyoncé and of course – Black Coffee and Kelly Rowland:

Regardless of how the partnership came about, we cannot wait to see the end product. This is just the latest high-profile studio session that Black Coffee has had the pleasure of bragging about. Just last week it was revealed that international mega-DJ, Diplo, had flown to Mzansi just to record with Black Coffee:

Is it safe to dub 2019 as the year of Black Coffee?