Koffee fans will now have to wait until next month to see her Jimmy Kimmel Live! performance.
The fast-rising Reggae sensation was scheduled to make her TV debut in the United States last week Thursday however her set was pushed back due technical difficulties.
“Hey Everyone, I know you were all anxiously anticipating my debut American TV performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Koffee wrote on Twitter. “However, due to circumstances beyond my control, my performance won’t be aired until July. Thank you to all who stayed up to tune in — look out for the new date and once again, thank you so much for your continuous support.”
Koffee, real name Mikayla Simpson, has been enjoying a number of successes since the release of her five-track EP “Rapture.”
The project comprises of 5 powerful tracks including three previously released: ‘Toast’, ‘Throne’ and ‘Raggamuffin’. It features two new songs ‘Blazin’ featuring the ‘poetic author of Jamaican music’, Jane MacGizmo and EP-Titled, ‘Rapture’.
Koffee’s Rapture has sold close to 1000 copies since its release. Her smash hit ‘Toast’ is featured in Jordan Peele’s new horror film Us.