Jamaican reggae singer and songwriter, Koffee has bagged an award for the Best Reggae Album at the 62nd Grammy Awards.
The 19-year-old singer, Mikayla Simpson emerges winner over Julian Marley with “As I Am”, Sly & Robbie & Roots Radics with “The Final Battle” and “More Work To Be Done” by Third World, which was produced by Damian Marley.
Koffee has successfully created history as she becomes the first youngest female reggae act to win the Grammy for “Best Reggae Album” with her “Rapture EP”
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She was widely known all over the world after she set the music scene alight with her single “Toast” which later made it to her debut EP “Rapture”.
“Toast,” which has never been more appropriate, was the smash hit that turned Koffee into a chart-topping success across the globe.
When delivering her speech after winning the award, Koffee thanked the other nominated reggae acts, whom she said she had “learnt a lot from”. At the end of her speech, she said, “This one is for Reggae. This one is for Jamaica.”
Congrats to Koffee. We Celebrate You!