The Jamaican Reggae star is gearing up to make her US TV debut on the popular late night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday at at 11:35 p.m. EDT on ABC.
Taking to Instagram Stories, Koffee revealed the date that the episode will air.
The 19-year-old reggae singer has not yet revealed which song she will perform. Two of her most popular songs, Rapture and Toast, are said to be in the running. Jordan Peele, director of the hit horror satire Get Out, recently used Toast, Koffee’s most successful song to date, in his new movie US.
Koffee follows in the footsteps of fellow Reggae artistes Chronixx and Protoje, who also made their US TV debuts relatively recently. Both Protoje and Chronixx made their debut on the equally popular late night show, NBC’s The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon. Protoje made his debut last month while Chronixx made his last year.
Koffee has been making huge strides internationally and recently made history by being the youngest artiste to debut number one on the Billboard Reggae charts. She has also made and impact and enjoyed success on the Apple iTunes chart with the release of her Rapture EP.
The success of the project has also helped her with achieving another milestone. She landed a spot on Apple Music’s next up series, making her the first Jamaican to be featured on the series.
To date, the Rapture EP has sold in excess of 1000 copies since it’s release. Her smash hit ‘Toast’ is featured in Jordan Peele’s new horror film Us.