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As a champion of education, women’s rights and the Rastafarian religion, Warrior King is one of the most prominent Jamaican reggae dancehall artists today. Originally from Clarendon, Jamaica, his first album entitled Virtuous Woman spent nine weeks on the Billboard charts and the album’s lead single of the same name was a global smash hit and a favourite of former US president Barack Obama. The singer’s follow-up album, 2005’s Hold the Faith was an even more significant success with hit singles such as “My Life”, “Baby Girl”, “Education” and “Can’t Get Me Down”. Several world tours followed, and the artist developed a sizable following across the US, Europe, Africa and Japan where he helped raise funds in the wake of the Fukushima disaster. In 2010 Warrior King received The Marcus Garvey Music Award, and the mayor of Buffalo even announced June the 11th as ‘Mark “Warrior King” Dyer Day’. In 2009 Warrior King enjoyed another smash hit single with “Wanna Give You Love” taken from his 2009 album, Love is in the Air, the single spent two weeks at the top of the Jamaica Music Countdown Top 25 Reggae Singles Chart. Since releasing his fourth studio album, 2011’s, Tell Me How Me Sound, Warrior King has toured extensively with the likes of Luciano, the Abyssinians, Sanchez, Bushman and Junior Kelly while headlining the reggae stage at Boomtown Festival alongside Lady Saw and Jimmy Cliff. The singer also launched the Rootz Warrior Foundation, which donates musical instruments to primary school children across Jamaica. His upcoming studio album, scheduled for release in February 2020, has already produced the lead single, ‘Nuh Fraid’, which has since become a viral sensation.