Moe's Alley presents a Jamaican Reggae Triple Bill with WARRIOR KING, PREZIDENT BROWN & making his debut DRE TOSH..grandson of Peter Tosh!
Born to Tass and Doreen Dyer in Kingston, Jamaica on July 27, 1979, Mark Dyer aka ‘Warrior King' has always had an affinity for music.
Like many successful Jamaican entertainers, Warrior King gained his earliest stage experience in talent shows. "I started out with school concerts at first," he says. "At the time when I just came into music, I used to do some combinations with a youth named Marlon Stewart, his stage name at the time was ‘Likkle Blacks' and mine was ‘Bounty Junior'. We did Tastee Talent Show among others… so we could really start getting exposure and gain experience."
His first album entitled Virtuous Woman was released by VP Records spent nine weeks on the Billboard.com charts. That same year, the singer spent three weeks on his first tour across the United States to open for Luciano "The Messenger". Then, in 2003, Warrior King went on a seven week tour with the Abyssinians all over Europe.
In 2008, Barrack Obama, former President of the United States of America (USA) publicly declared "Virtuous Woman" as one of his favorite songs and Warrior King as one of his favorite reggae artistes on CNN Live and NBC.
Among his many recognitions and awards, Warrior King received The Marcus Garvey Music Award in 2010 along with Jimmy Tucker for their musical work.
Warrior King's most recent studio album The Rootz Warrior, released in April 2016 already has a global buzz around "Ain't Giving Up", the first single from the new album; with each song on the album bearing a different style and feel. The Rootz Warrior brings forth messages of Purity, Truth, Strength and Love.