Based on the gleeful yet humbled response from John Legend, it appears Koffee is set to provide the icing on the cake for the R&B artiste’s 16-track album, which is slated for release this Friday (June 19).

Last Friday, Legend announced on social media that Jamaica’s Grammy princess would be featured on the 12th track titled Don’t Walk Away, on his Bigger Love studio album. Koffee responded shortly afterward on her Twitter page, expressing her gratitude to the All of Me singer.

“Thanks @johnlegend, for giving me the opportunity to be a part of this amazing project. Blessings,” she wrote.

But it is Legend’s written response and deliberate use of capital letters is anything to go by, it seems he believes Koffee is the one who may be even more deserving of the expressions of gratitude, for adding her golden touch to the album.

“Thank YOU!” he emphasized in the upper-case. “You’re incredible!”

John Legend had announced that the Spanish Town native was one of five artistes featured on the album, which also features Gary Clark JR, Jhene Aiko, Rapsody, and Camper. This is Legend’s second track featuring a Jamaican this year, as a few months ago, he released the single Memories with Buju Banton.

In his announcement on Instagram, Legend said the album is a celebration of love, joy, sensuality, hope, and resilience and that the songs were created prior to the world being rocked by the COVID-19 pandemic, prior to the latest police killings in the US that sent so many to the streets in protest.
-Dancehall Mag