Esona Tyolo is listed as a co-producer with his father Black Coffee on Drake’s album.

Esona Tyolo is listed as a co-producer with his father Black Coffee on Drake’s album.

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Grammy award-winning DJ Black Coffee has made Mzansi proud again and we are here for it.

The DJ has many people singing his praises after fans learned that he is one of the producers of Drake’s latest body of work. Rapper Drake, shared his album cover along with song lists and credits of the people he worked with on the production of his latest project on his social media accounts.

Drake’s new album Honestly, Nevermind was executive-produced and co-written by Black Coffee. Fans have taken to social media to gush over his newest achievement.

The list of the songs he produced and co-wrote are:

Texts Go Green – Esona Tyolo is listed as a co-producer with his father Black Coffee.
Currents – Coffee contributed to both writing and producing the song
Overdrive – He also worked as a co-writer and co-producer on the song.

Tweeps have given Black Coffee his flowers.

Black Coffee and Drake’s relationship continues to grow from strength to strength. In 2017, Drake featured Black Coffee on his song, “Get It Together,” which was a remix of Black Coffee’s song “Superman,” originally featuring Bucie.

To say he has come a long way in his life would be a major understatement, and it is beautiful to see him finally reaping the fruits of his labour. The DJ is the epitome of success, and we love to see it.


Black Coffee has carved out a successful career in the industry, and he dabbles in both djing, and entrepreneurship. In 2016, the world-renowned documented history after winning a prestigious international award.


The DJ became the first South African DJ to bag a BET award in the “Best International Act-Africa” category. He literally shows no sign of slowing down from excelling. He has numerous awards under his belt. His critically acclaimed album ‘Subconsciously’ won a Grammy Award in 2022.

Black Coffee was recently nominated for Best Dance/Electronic Album for Subconsciously. In his acceptance speech, he expressed his gratitude to everyone who supported him and worked with him on the album.


“I wanna thank my team…not going to be able to mention them all. I wanna thank everyone who was in the album, from Msaki in South Africa to David Guetta who had believed in working with the smaller artists like myself, and for trusting me and trusting my year.

“I wanna thank my fans and people who follow what I do all over the world, I wanna thank my family and I wanna thank my children," he said.

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