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Koffee sings her 'Raggamuffin' at Tiny Desk

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NPR unveils the Tiny Desk of the talented and precocious Koffee, who just become the first woman and youngest winner of the “Best Reggae Album” award at the last Grammy Awards.

Awarded by the music industry’s supreme prize Grammy for her very good EP Rapture released in March 2019, the 19-year-old Jamaican singer continues her amazing feat and her irresistible rise by going to NPR. “It’s been a fairly short musical journey and we have seen fairly much success,” Koffee told with humility inside the NPR Music offices just after her interpretation of, “Raggamuffin”, one of the EP’s flagship tracks for which she win a Grammy.

Koffee gives great interpretation of her most famous songs like “Raggamuffin”, “Rapture”, “Toast”, “W” with the help of her musician: Stephen Asamoah-Duah on drums, Stephen Forbes on percussion, Nana Pokes on bass, David Melodee on keys, Thomas Broussard on guitar, Zhayna France and Shanice Drysdale on vocals.

Koffee Tiny Desk NPR

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