“Esona Maphumulo lights up the decks in the Netherlands.”

Esona Maphumulo, the son of renowned South African Grammy Award-winning DJ Black Coffee, is making waves in the music scene, just like his father. Born in 1999, Esona has been following in his father’s footsteps, playing alongside him and gaining recognition on international stages.

Esona Maphumulo, born in 1999, has been setting the stage on fire alongside his renowned father, Black Coffee. Their collaborative performances resonate across international events, propelling Esona into the spotlight.

Esona Maphumulo Sets the stage on fire in Rotterdam

Recently, Esona Maphumulo Black Coffee’s son stirred curiosity when he shared a video of himself deejaying in Rotterdam. The crowd revelled in his artistry, but eagle-eyed fans noticed something intriguing: Esona was concealing his left hand while spinning the decks.

Since he has been playing with his father, following in his footsteps, he has been playing at international events that have helped him gain recognition on the international stages, where he can continue to scale his career as a DJ and surely in the future as an award-winning producer.

Mzansi Drags Black Coffee’s Son For DJing With One Hand Like His Father.

Mzansi dragged Esona Maphumulo for using one hand in his set and left fans speculating whether he was sending a nod to his father’s signature style, a tribute to Black Coffee’s influence. Or perhaps Esona was crafting his own enigmatic persona, leaving room for speculation and wonder.

Regardless of the hidden hand, Esona’s talent shines brightly. His journey continues, fueled by passion and rhythm, as he scales the heights of the music industry.

Watch the video below :

Sona Esona Set Tomorrowland like father DJ Black Coffee 

Esona Maphumulo age

Esona Maphumulo is 26 years old as of 2024

Does black coffee have a child?

Yes Black Coffee has four sons their names are  Esona, Lilitha, Asante and Anesu

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