Koffee is still a teenager with braces on her teeth, but dont let her diminutive stature and youth distract you from the fact that she's making some of the most exciting music out right now. While her sound is rooted in reggae the Jamaican artist shows versatility on the Rapture EP, from the more traditional sound of "Throne" to the modern electronic production of "Toast" and "Rapture." 

What stands out most, though, is Koffee's talent for instantly catchy melodies—each of the five songs on her latest EP has a hook that you might well be humming after just one listen. Her influences reach beyond Jamaica to the US (St. Louis rapper Smino) and the UK (road rap hero Giggs), and moments like her Colors performance of "Rapture" will help introduce the young artist to new audiences. With millions of plays, big name cosigns, and media acclaim, 2019 is already Koffee's year, but it still feels as if she's just getting started.

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