Koffee is the newest sensation out of Jamaica. Her music brings a fresh spin the nation's musical treasure, lifting reggae with contemporary genre-bending productions. The teenager enamored the public with her first major single, "Toast," an ode to gratitude. Now Koffee comes with fierceness on the latest.
"Raggamuffin" offers a social critique, touching upon the government's neglect of the youth and gun violence. Kofee lays down her fiery bars and hits the beat with speed and precision. Stream the heat below.
Hear seh di youths dem wild out here
money caan run fi a mile out here,
hear seh di government vile out here
ghetto tears long river nile out here
youths a tunn inah last smile out here,
dats why dem send mi fi a child out here
and mi humble enuh but mi hype pan di beat
look out fi koffee mi live pan eeh street