Raised by her single-mum in Spanish Town, Jamaica, Koffee is taking the reggae scene by storm, both in Jamaica and globally. Following her coveted spot as Apple Music’s May 2019 Up Next artist, she graces the third cover of Notion 84.

Spanish Town sensation Koffee is shaping the future of reggae by lifting from roots positive-vibes doctrine and projecting a personal mantra of optimism as cultural rebellion. Here Jamaica’s rising star is in conversation, talking consciousness and community with poet, author and actor, Yrsa Daley-Ward for our next cover story of Notion 84.

Her vastly expanding fanbase (among them Rihanna and Jordan Peele) is completely in love with her and right at this time the world seems poised, ready for what she is serving: clear-eyed lyrics that tell a story, that inspire good feelings and positivity and also deal with the honest truths of living in Jamaica, politically, spiritually and otherwise. Read the full interview in Notion 84, out now.

 

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