Fresh off her historic Grammy win, the Jamaican artist takes to NPR's Tiny Desk for a feel-good performance.
The artist, who appeared to be in a celebratory mood, showed off her dexterous flow as she ran through standout tracks from her debut EP Rapture including "Raggamuffin," "Rapture," and her hit record "Toast"—never missing a beat.
In the spirit of "Toast," the artist expressed gratitude to the audience, as well as her back up singers and band, at various points during the performance. "It's a pleasure for me to see people from different cultural backgrounds come together to make one beautiful thing, so I give thanks for everybody here," said the artist.
She closed her feel-good set with "W," her latest single with rapper Gunna.
Koffee picked up her first Grammy on Sunday for 'Best Reggae Album," making the 19-year-old star the first woman and the youngest person ever to win the category. It was undoubtedly a well-deserved win for the artist.
Check out Koffee's refreshing Tiny Desk performance below.
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