For an album named Subconsciously, the sixth studio album from , producer, and artist is one created with a clear purpose in mind: freedom.

Through open, stripped-back productions where lyrics and mood take center stage, he weaves his way out of traditional dance and electronic artist expectations—and even those of an African artist—into a space that’s more melody- and mood-driven than any of his previous LPs.

“The main event for me on the album is the sound,” “On my previous albums I would sit down with an artist and we’d discuss what we’d want to write about. This time, I relied more on the singers and songwriters. I want the melody to be right. Then the lyrics can follow.”

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After releasing almost every track on its own ahead of the official album release (“Because people miss songs sometimes if you just drop an album”), here, Black Coffee offers up a track-by-track guide through his latest genre-bending body of work.

Stream ‘Black Coffee Subconsciously Album‘ below;

Black Coffee – Subconsciously Album


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