You can add Grammy Award winner to Koffee's accolades as the 19-year-old recording artiste copped the Best Reggae Album Grammy Award at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Centre, Los Angeles.
Koffee ousted Julian Marley's As I Am; The Final Battle: Sly & Robbie vs Roots Radics by Sly & Robbie; Mass Manipulation by Steel Pulse; and More Work To Be Done by Third World in securing the coveted award.
WATCH Koffee's acceptance speech here:
In a brief acceptance speech, Koffee thanked her fellow nominees for "the input they made in the Reggae industry", and ended by saying "...this one is for all of us, this one is for Reggae, this one is for Jamaica".
With popular hits like Toast, Rapture, and W, Koffee ― whose real name is Mikayla Simpson ― has definitely "come in like a Rapture", and have fast become a force in the music industry.
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