When Yellowman walked his daughter, 'princess' Kareema Foster down the aisle recently, it was one of the proudest moments of his life. The 'I'm Getting Married in the Morning' singer said as much online.
The legendary Jamaican reggae and dancehall artiste, also known as King Yellowman, shared photos from his daughter’s wedding which was held over the weekend via his Instagram page. He wrote: "This is the proudest moment in my life. To walk my daughter down the aisle. Congrats to you and my son-in-law. Love you both."
Kareema Foster, also known as K'reema, is an up and coming musician who hails from Brooklyn, NewYork. She is following in her legendary father's footsteps and paving her own way in the music industry. After getting hitched with beau Omar Johnson, K'reema thanked all the well-wishers on her Instagram page with a heartfelt message: "We are truly thankful to everyone who was able to attend. And to everyone who watched via fb live. Love is truly in the air." Yellowman and 'K'reema have a daddy-daughter combination song called 'Father's Love' which was released four years ago and which racked up over 2.4 million views on YouTube. The song, which was released on Father's Day, celebrated paternal bonds. Yellowman is a real 'family man', and he has been married since 1986 to his wife, Rosie, with whom he shares three children: Kamar, Kemo and Kareem.
Born Winston Foster, Yellowman came prominence in the 1980s with a series of singles that established his reputation while working with producer Henry "Junjo" Lawes. In 1981, after becoming significantly popular throughout Jamaica, Yellowman became the first dancehall artist to be signed to a major American label (Columbia Records).