King Yellowman has gained wide popularity on the dancehall reggae scene in the 1980s with his “slack” lyrics not fit for airplay. With successful singles, including “I’m Getting Married in the Morning,” “Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt” and “Zunguzungguguzungguzeng” brought him worldwide acclaim. Being nominated twice for a Grammy Award, and he was awarded the Order of Distinction (officer class) for his contribution to Jamaican Culture and Entertainment in 2018.

Known as the rudest dancehall toaster in the ’80s with his bodacious and witty lyrics, with his absence from the dancehall scene in over a decade, Yellowman is ready to shine in the spotlight once again.

Over the years, Yellowman has been touring consistently all over the world; but he is particularly thrilled to know that he’s hitting the road with his talented daughter and releasing new music and his latest EP. His daughter K’reema is also excited about her father’s latest project set to release under the label and is slated to drop this summer. His first single, “No More War” will be released in late April. “I am very excited; it’s been a long time coming,” said K’reema. Yellowman’s new single “No More War” which he also co-wrote with his daughter Kreema and is set to officially be released on May 23rd.