supported by deetron, rocco, mr v, andre lodemann, manoo, alix alvarez, black coffee, ian friday, dj christos, franco de mulero... derived from the french joujou, juju refers to the supernatural power ascribed to an object, or fetish. in black coffees juju, the woman is his muse, the driving force of his uncontrollable desire. having recently won the african music award for best video, the sama for best album of 2009, and the world record for longest dj set of all time, black coffee returns to present juju on citydeep music, with a fresh batch of international remixes by the likes of halo & atjazz, andre lodemann, marques wyatt, and even more. clearly set to take the world by storm, the juju remixes restate, reinterpret, and redefine. who would have imagined black coffee would become south africas most valuable export?