Black Coffee wins Best Deep House DJ award at International DJ Awards
Black Coffee wins Best Deep House DJ Award- for the second year in a row.
Was there ANY doubt that our Superman would win? Of course not and we (the entire SA) are confident that next year will yield the same results, if not better.
He took to Twitter to announce his achievement, saying:
“Honoured to be named the Best Deep House DJ for the second year in a row at the DJ Awards… it wouldn’t be possible without your love and support! It means the world.”
The 21st edition of the International DJ Awards reached a spectacular high at their new home at Heart Ibiza, a venue that fuses art, music and gastronomy.
With this year’s theme paying homage to the era of Disco, the glitterballs were out in full force as were the DJs and the electronic music industry.
As is found on their website, “Artists awards went to Grammy nominated Camelphat for House Artist.
No. 3 is lucky as Patrick Topping picked up his third DJ Award, this time for Tech House Artist.
Chart topping Ben Nicky took home Trance Artist, whilst Progressive House went to Hernan Cattaneo, who was last presented with the Kryptonite award 17 years ago, for Newcomer. He also collected the award for Dance Nation on behalf of Argentina, being one of their most famous exports.
Melodic House & Techno went to Solomun and Black Coffee won the Deep House award for the second year running.”
Newcomer went to rising star Alex Kennon, who’s Wonderland EP (with UNER) proceeds went to SA’s Bridges for Music.
Congratulations, as Black Coffee wins the Deep House DJ award for the second year in a row!
Here is a list of ALL the winners…