Mikayla Simpson who is better known as Koffee, is a Jamaican reggae singer, songwriter, rapper, DJ and guitarist from Spanish Town, Jamaica. She announced herself with her debut single, “Burning” which was released in 2017 and in 2019 signed with Columbia Records. The Jamaican and GRAMMY Awards winner, Koffee has just come through with the remix to her recent hit single titled, “Pressure“.
The song which was produced by Ryan Bailey and PrexyJ has been reintroduced with a befitting visual and it sees an additional verse from dancehall/reggae legend Buju Banton. Back in August, Koffee liberated the new single “Pressure,” which saw an accompanying live performance visual courtesy of Highsnobiety for their “Not In Paris” feature.
This week, she shares the visuals which contains scenes with beautiful black men, women, and families, all of whom are surely going through their own trials and tribulations. “Pressure” follows another dope cut titled “Lockdown,” which was released in July. Prior to that, Koffee liberated the EP Rapture in March last year, which saw five tracks and a single feature from Jane Macgizmo. The video highlights the fights against systemic racism and marginalization as it carefully highlights the fight for the struggle via staged protests in various selected scenes.