As she gears up to release her upcoming EP and plans to tour this summer, Reggae Pop Heiress and upcoming singer K’reema just released her first single from the project “Don’t You Worry.” The song is a battle cry for survivors and current victims of domestic violence and all those afflicted with terminal diseases and crises. Listening to “Don’t You Worry” is one of those songs that provoke strong emotions and the message of the song can easily transcend into everyday life.
K’reema loves to effortlessly fuse every musical genre in her songs and in this song she seamlessly blends Soul, R&B and with a heavy Reggae undertone to relay her powerful message with her strong vocal prowess. The message in “Don’t You Worry” is very relatable where in many places domestic violence is still prevalent, and women suffer through this demise daily. Also with so many people facing grave illnesses or having to go through various conflicting struggles in life, K’reema delivers with her soothing voice to remind us that “everything is going to be ok.” It’s a subtle reminder, yet so effective; as this is the kind of positivity the world needs, especially listening to Reggae music, which gets into the heart of the people… The song promotes comfort, hope, and the betterment of the world.
As K’reema shares:
“Music has always been a form of therapy for me, and quite frankly a lot of people. I wanted to remind myself, and others, that no matter what you are going through, everything gets better in the end. Through all your trials and tribulations, I wanted to give them an anthem that they can use to battle through. I, needed this song more than ever, as being an independent artist, and now a CEO of my record label. These roles come with many obstacles and challenges, and this song will now always serve to remind me of how far I’ve come, and how much farther I’ll need to go. I hope it will also help everyone who hears it and needs it”.
Coming from Dancehall/Reggae royalty, K’reema is showing off her musical talent and through entrepreneurship, she aspires to carry on her dad’s (King Yellowman) legacy with her own music career and being the helm of her own record label Yellow Baby Records. K’reema’s career is now flourishing with the body of work she has released thus far and promises to deliver more feel-good music.