Mikayla Victoria Simpson otherwise called Koffee, is a Jamaican reggae vocalist, musician, rapper, DJ and guitarist from Spanish Town, Jamaica.
She delivered her presentation single “Burning” in 2017, and in 2019 endorsed with Columbia Records. Her 2019 EP Rapture won the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, making Koffee the most youthful individual and just lady to be granted in the Best Reggae Album class.
In 2016, she won her school ability show at Ardenne High School situated in Kingston, Jamaica without understanding that the casual show at which she acted in her school cafeteria had been a tryout. She proceeded to learn music hypotheses and vocal procedures in her secondary school ensemble. An extremely important occasion for Koffee happened in her last year of secondary school when she performed at her school’s ability show with other talented craftsmen before around 1,000 individuals. She demonstrated that the show gave her the main piece of certainty to perform and convey music live.
The Iotosh-created track is a happy tribute to Koffee’s West Indian legacy and the locale she calls home. This is the principal single from her forthcoming introduction collection, scheduled for discharge in mid-2022! Koffee has not delivered anything since her 2020 track “Tension,” and its ensuing Buju Banton-helped remix. Back in 2019; Koffee turned into the most youthful champ of the Grammy for Best Reggae Album for her EP Rapture.