K’reema is a singer-songwriter from Kingston, Jamaica. Not too long ago, she released an encouraging reggae tune, entitled, “Don’t You Worry”.
K’reema – “Don’t You Worry”
“It feels like you lost every battle and there’s nothing more you can handle. There’s nowhere else for you to go. Shout out, everyone, break the chain. After every storm, there’s a rainbow. I can hear you loud and clear. Don’t you worry about a thing, things will be okay in the end.” – lyrics
‘Don’t You Worry’ tells an optimistic tale which suggests that listeners shouldn’t worry about anything even though their dire circumstances might entice them to do so.
According to K’reema, there’s no need for them to fret because whatever they’re going through will eventually get better in due time.
‘Don’t You Worry’ contains a relatable storyline and ear-welcoming vocals. Also, the blessed tune possesses vibey instrumentation flavored with reggae, dancehall, and tropical elements.
K’reema – “Don’t You Worry” single
K’reema is the daughter of King Yellowman, a legendary reggae artist. She carries on in his legacy and sits at the helm of her own record label, entitled Yellow Baby Records.
As she trailblazes a fresh path, she invites listeners to hear the evolution of her sound as it relates to her personal and professional growth.
We recommend adding K’reema’s “Don’t You Worry” single to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.