Grammy Winner, Koffee Confirms Upcoming Collaboration With American Rapper Kendrick Lamar
Young Jamaican dancehall singer Koffee after winning her first Grammys at age 19 is set to work on a collaboration with American rapper, Kendrick Lamar.
Koffee, 19, won her first Grammy Award this year after she was announced the winner of the Reggae Album of the year category at the 2020 Grammy Awards.
She was recently speaking with Dre Ngozi from RBCxMusic in an interview when she revealed that she’s working on a collaboration with Kendrick Lamar though no exact time frame was given.
“Actually looking to collab with Kendrick Lamar very soon”
— Foxvibes (@foxvibesdotcom) February 7, 2020
Koffee’s hit track ‘Toast’ received an overwhelmingly positive and anxious response from her almost one million followers on the popular social media platform, Instagram.
Though she is widely known for her cool and easy to digest beats, Koffee has positioned herself in a short space as one of the most impactful musicians in the world.
In another video, she was seen in the studio with Nigerian Grammy nominee, Burna Boy.