Winston Foster (born 1956), better known by the stage name Yellowman, is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall deejay, also known as King Yellowman. He was popular in Jamaica in the 1980s, coming to prominence with a series of singles that established his reputation.
5. Yello a the Don. Yellowman. 6. Lou Lou.
Yellowman (2000) Greensleeves Good Sex Guide (2000) Greensleeves New York (2003) RAS Round 1 (2005) Nuff (Yellowman vs. Ninjaman). Compilations: 20 Super Hits (1991) Sonic Sounds The Best of Yellowman (1996) Melodie RAS Portraits – Yellowman (1997) RAS Reggae Anthology – Look How Me Sexy (2001) VP Just Cool (2004) Charly Yellow Fever (2004) Trojan Reggae Chronicles (2006) Hallmark Most Wanted (2007) Greensleeves Gold (Yellowman and The Paragons). Yellowman at Reggae Sunsplash 1988 Reggae Sunsplash is a reggae music festival first staged in 1978 in the northern part of Jamaica.
Yellowman vs Ninjaman - Round 1 - 2005, FLAC. Yellowman - Just Cool (Jah Guidance LP) - 1982, FLAC.
His first album release was in 1982 entitled Mister Yellowman followed by zeng in 1983 earning instant success. Yellowman's sexually explicit lyrics in popular songs such as "Them a Mad Over Me" boasted of his sexual prowess, like those of other reggae singers/deejays, earned Yellowman criticism in the mid-1980s. Yellowman appeared in Jamaican Dancehall Volcano Hi-power 1983 which featured other major dancehall musicians such as Massive Dread, Josey Wales, Burro Banton and Eek-A-Mouse. Yellow Gold (2002) (Yellowman and The Paragons). New York (2003) RAS. Round 1 (2005) Nuff (Yellowman vs. 20 Super Hits (1991) Sonic Sounds.
Yellowman was born Winston Foster in 1959 in Kingston. Albinos, he will turn his physical handicap into an asset and become the biggest dancehall star of the ’80s. But the road was hard to reach his artistic objectives. For the record, Charlie Chaplin lost this clash that has since become part of the reggae legend. His latest albums to date are New York in 2003 and Round 1 in 2005, a clash album with Ninjaman. His appearances in Europe have become rare since the 2000s. But some were lucky enough to see that he was still in good shape during his performance at the Elysée Montmartre in France in 2009 alongside the Congos and Julian Marley.
Round 1 (2005) Nuff (Yellowman vs. Studio albums Year Album Peak chart positions Certifications UK Sweden Norway 1978 Adolescent Sex Label Hansa - - - 1978 Obscure Alternatives Label Hansa - - - 1979 Quiet Life Label. Its parent studio album, Escape, the band's eighth and most successful, reached No. 6 on the UK Albums Chart. Sales have resulted in two gold albums, eight multi-platinum albums, and one diamond album (including seven consecutive multi-platinum albums between 1978 and 1987).
|1||–Yellowman||Let Me Rock You|
|3||–Yellowman||Full Metal Jacket|
|5||–Yellowman||Yello A The Don|
|9||–Yellowman||Make Me Feel Nice|
|11||–Yellowman||You Better Come Good|