Grammy award winner, Koffee has definitely been turning up the heat on her career.
Last month Koffee released her new single, a celebratory track titled West Indies which has racked up almost 4 million views since its release on Youtube on October 7. West Indies is the first single from her début album, due out next year.
In addition to her lastest single, the Toast singer was representing on the critically acclaimed soundtrack of the Netflix all-black western, The Harder They Fall.
Koffee’s song, which also serves as the film’s title track, is a slick “blend of old school dancehall with new school vocals and sounds. ” However, Koffee isn’t the only Jamaican on the soundtrack. Reggae and dancehall are also represented by Barrington Levy and the late Dennis Brown.
Brown’s Promised Land appears on the star-studded track, and it was one of the few songs not written specifically for the soundtrack. Nonetheless, it has risen to the top of the iTunes Reggae Singles chart.