Africa’s richest DJ: A look inside Black Coffee’s R26 million Sandton mansion
Dupped as the richest African DJ, Black Coffee has been making all sorts of headlines of late with his illustrious career that spans decades.
The celebrated DJ made history when he became he won his Grammy at the recently held Grammy Awards . No doubt he deserved it.
We can all agree since his thrust into stardom, he has been making a name for himself from being the most sort after DJ to producing hit albums for Grammy winners like Drake.
We can all agree that there is no end to his illustrious career capped with success. In recent years his career has continued to grow in leaps and bounds. With an estimated net worth of $60 million which amounts to R920 million, Coffee has managed to live the life of glitz and glamour. He had the bling and the plug too.
Despite travelling worldwide and spending most of his time away from home, the DJ has a mansion fit for a king in Sandton. The mansion is rumoured to be valued at a cool R26 million.
The sprawling mansion in Sandton’s leafy suburbs boasts modern architectural designs. It has three balconies, the middle one being the giant one complicated with two small ones. The other side of the mansion overlooks a pool. It’s a beauty, and we have managed to connect our dots and have a sneak into it thanks to several social media posts from Black Coffee.
The large white palatial double-storey is a beauty. Several garages are there to accommodate Coffee’s sleek cars, including Bentley, Maserati, and a Mercedes Benz G Wagon Station.
As of now, no one knows how many rooms the mansion has. It has an open plan, and its living room is fully furnished with designer furniture that costs a fortune. Lighter throw pillows complement shades of beige and grey and dark couches.
Chandeliers drop dead from the high ceilings. It’s a touch of perfection; the interior walls are painted crisp white. However, one can see several artefacts and picture frames of Black Coffee that compliment the interior walls.
Recently he wowed Mzansi when he revealed the penthouse he did designs for. However, the penthouse has his architectural touch. Since he made Europe his playing ground, the celebrated DJ has blessed himself with a lavish mansion in Los Angeles.