The Grammy-nominated Reggae singer, Koffee was awarded for her contribution to Arts and Culture.
She was declared a winner at the annual Prime Minister’s National Youth Awards for Excellence ceremony on Saturday night, November 30.
“Grateful to receive the Prime Minister’s Youth Award for Excellence in Arts and Culture. Big up the other awardees and Mummy for collecting it for me. ️ #PMYAE2019
@AndrewHolnessJM,” the Toast singer wrote on Twitter.
19-year-old Koffee, real name Mikayla Simpson, was among the 87 persons who have been shortlisted for the Awards.
The Prime Minister’s National Youth Awards is awarded to young Jamaicans between ages 15 to 29 years old who are living in Jamaica and the diaspora, and have attained excellence, world-class achievement and also excelled and contributed to national development.