With great power comes great responsibility, and Dancehall powerhouse vocalist K’reema is ready to take the reins over her father’s legacy. Daughter to Dancehall royalty, King Yellowman, K’reema has taken her place on the throne as the first lady of her very own label, Yellow Baby Records to which she has signed her father, as well as her brothers; rising artist Kamar and producer Kemo. K’reema’s vision for the label includes continuing on her family’s legacy, as well as controlling the path of all estates. In comparison to the first born Marley matriarch, Cedella Marley, K’reema is ascending upwards from patrilineal memory and carving her way into the industry on her own path.
K’reema is garnering attention for herself and setting out to make her own name in reggae, just like good ole dad, whom she will be performing on the smae show as her father Reggae in the desert on June 8th in Las Vegas . Reggae in the desert is one of the most sought after annual festivals inLas Vegas with headliners such as Yellowman, Mykal Rose, Don Carlos, and Jesse Royal. K’Rrema’s single featuring King Yellowman himself, “Father’s Love,” was released June 2016 on Reggaeville and has curated over 1.6 million views, and still growing! This decida pays homage to the positive role of a father figure in a child’s life, through which she honors her own flesh and blood.