Reggae superstar Koffee takes control of the charts with her first EP, Rapture. Only a few weeks since the release of Rapture, and it’s already making big moves being at No. 1 on Billboard’s Reggae.

Check out this week’s Wah Gwaan Dancehall featuring Koffee’s EP success.

With being in the music industry for only a few years, the UK Colombia signee is definitely here to make her mark. The album is not the only success she has been having. With over 20 million views on YouTube, “Toast” is also on the way to the top,  which could also be heard on her latest release.

The ‘Rapture’ artist’s hit song is taking over the airways from Jamaica to New York which DJ’s have deemed “One of hottest reggae songs right now”. Koffee has not only been featured on New York radios, but “Toast” is now noticeably on daytime rotation for Power 105.1 and Hot 97 which is major for a Caribbean artist.

Many reggae artists have also sparked an interest in the talented star. International Reggae stars Chronixx and Protoje definitely made sure to invite the rising reggae artist to their live concert in London in 2018.

Chronixx and Koffe during a freestyle session with BBC 1Xtra Seanie B. Photo Credits: BBC 1XRA 
Protege and Koffee performing in Miami 2018. Photo Credits: Natasha Jasperson 
Even pioneering Reggae Icon Coco Tea, who some believe is the father of Koffee – which he is not, has also had interest. Recently, Coco Tea performed at Buju Banton’s ‘Long Walk To Freedom Tour’ in Jamaica and brought out the rising superstar Koffee to be a part of history.
Coco Tea and Koffee at Rebel Salute. Photo Credits: Loopz News 

As Koffee’s music climbs to top charts, we can all agree that she is on a path to nothing but greatness! Koffee may be on her way of changing the sound of reggae too.

On a NightlyfixMajor Lazer’s Walshy Fire  stated that artists like Koffee may be on a verge of creating a new genre of music which is a fusion of Dancehall and Reggae. This definitely poses a question for Caribbean music. Do you believe there will be a new gene of Caribbean music coming from more artist like Koffee ?

Written By Queen Lexyonce