Due to the global outbreak of Covid-19, a string of international shows had to be postponed/cancelled including supporting Harry Styles for his worldwide tour. However, Koffee took part in One Big Weekend in May appearing on the BBC 1Xtra stage and some of her Glastonbury debut was aired in the BBC’s coverage of this year’s festival.
Koffee stormed her way into 2019 with the release of her debut ‘Rapture’ praised for its lyrical ingenuity and positive messaging which went on to achieve over half a billion combined audio/visual streams. Dominating last year with a series of anthems, a plethora of magazine covers including British fashion and lifestyle bible – i-D, she was handpicked by Apple Music for the coveted ‘Up Next’ series and enjoyed sold out headline shows and festival appearances across the Caribbean, North America, Europe and Africa.
The project appeared in multiple album of the year credits across the likes of Complex, Pitchfork, Billboard and The Guardian. The new decade kickstarted with a historic Grammy win where she took home Best Reggae album breaking the record for the first woman and youngest person to do so.