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August 19, 2014
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Following dad's footsteps - Yellowman's daughter eyes successful music career

K'reema - Contributed

Kareema Foster, aka K'reema, is confident she has the ability to make it big in the music business.

A year ago, K'reema, daughter of legendary dancehall entertainer, King Yellowman, decided to pursue a career in music after quitting her job as an emergency medical technician in New York.

"I was working as an EMT for a while, but a year ago I decided it was time to pursue my passion. That's when I made up my mind to quit that job and do music full time," she said.

She recently recorded and released her first single, an uptempo pop-flavoured track, We Don't Give A What.

"My single is a pop-flavoured track with a touch of dancehall. It's a nice party track," said the artiste.

Being an entertainer has been a lifelong desire for K'reema, as she has always wanted to emulate her famous father.

"This has been my dream. From as far back as I can remember, I"ve always wanted to be an entertainer, just like my dad," said K'reema.

Last year she made a cameo appearance, alongside Yellowman, at Dancehall Rewind Event, in Queens, New York, where the two of them performed Blueberry Hill, her dad's cover of the Fats Domino classic.

We Don't Give A What is available on iTunes and other leading Internet music stores.

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