Peers of Grammy winning sensation Koffee have taken to social media to congratulate the 19 year old star on winning the coveted Reggae Grammy.
Among those celebrating her win are leading dancehall ladies Spice and Shenseea, as well as previous Grammy winners Sean Paul and Bounty Killer plus UK star Steflon Don.
Prime Minister Andrew Holness and entertainment Minister Olivia 'Babsy' Grange have also taken to social media to congratulate the teen sensation.
Koffee made history when she beat previous Grammy nominees Julian Marley, Steel Pulse, Sly and Robbie and Roots Radics as well as Third World for music's highest honour.
Her win is one for the history books as she is the first solo female act to win a Reggae Grammy.
Multiple awards for Billy Eilish
Meanwhile, American singer and song writer Billy Eilish cleaned house by coping the night's top honours.
The 18 year old secured five Grammy's for best new artiste, record of the year, album of the year and song of the year as well as best pop vocal album (When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?), along with her brother Finneas O'Connell.
Eilish is the youngest solo performer to ever win album of the year.
Her brother, Finneas, also took home individual honours for producer of the year (non-classical) and best engineered album (non-classical).
Lizzo, who led with eight nominations took home three awards while Lil Nas X won video of the year for Old Town Road and Best Pop Duo or Group Performance.
Former first lady Michelle Obama won for best spoken word album.
Late rapper Nipsy Hussle, who was honoured on stage by Meek Mill, YG, Kirk Franklin, John Legend, DJ Khaled and Roddy Rich, won two posthumous awards for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Sung Performance.