In his mentions his fans told him he was underestimating his reach as a rapper.
“I disagree Grootman. Wena you're capable and you have a lot of influence and impact in a lot of people's lives. Truth o be told 'you're a game-changer' and you keep up with trends. One thing we like about you,” wrote a tweep.
During his appearance on The Daily Show in 2019, Black Coffee said Africa had a voice which had “diminished” over the years and had been taken over by stereotypes.
He explained that was the reason he was working hard as an African artist, to show the world Africans can compete globally.
“It is something we really fought for since the beginning, to say we want to play on the global stage. I would like the world to see that voice. I would like the world to know we are capable of being on the world stage. That is why I continue to try to collaborate with the greatest artists, being from Africa, and still keeping the sound I believe in because we have that voice."