The Princess Of Dancehall: K’Reema – The Hype Magazine

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Published on April 19th, 2017 | by Jason Bourne


The Princess Of Dancehall: K’Reema

Reggae pop is much like the name, plenty of feel good rhythms with some fresh flavor. If you’re into the steadiness that comes from a familiar beat plus a dash of dancehall you’ll dig the boldly vibrant sound of K’reema. The songwriter and singer has fused a refreshing clash of Jamaican persuasion meets city style.  Her approach to music is completely personal; writing in the moment, K’reema is able to deliver in the first person yet offer extremely relate-able content which both empowers and inspires others.   At first encounter, it is noticeable that her soul is timeless, with the depth and humility necessary to sway others and garner attention.  Her musical influences are interesting, and include that of Beres Hammond and Tanya Stephens alongside childhood favorites the likes of TLC, and Beyoncé.  The latter influence has led to the recording of her Sorry You’re Not Sorry single which is a small taste of what you should expect sonically from her forthcoming EP. Empowering, and representative of women globally the track is a body mover and sure to be on everyone’s radar shortly.
Her formative years spent in Jamaica, K’reema now calls the Big Apple home adapting the perspective of a true New Yorker while maintain the traditions of the yard. Check out Sorry You’re Not Sorry below:

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