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Mark Dyer was exposed to the rich traditions of Jamaican music as a youth growing up in Clarendon, Jamaica, where his father ran a small but popular shop that hosted late-night soundsystem parties. Upon moving to Portmore, Dyer quickly secured an apprenticeship with Admiral Tibet, a sweet-voiced singer famed as one of the dancehall era's most politically and spiritually conscious vocalists. Dyer proved a swift learner, and his regal but pugnacious bearing behind the microphone quickly earned him the moniker Warrior King. His first success as a recording artist came in 2001 with “Virtuous Woman,” a Michael Johnson–produced cut on the gently loping “Zion Gate” riddim. In the decade that followed, Warrior King released a string of highly successful albums. His fourth full-length, Tell Me How Me Sound—a collaboration with veteran producer Colin “Bulby” York—is among his most rewarding efforts. Bulby cut his teeth crafting hard dancehall riddims for the likes of Beenie Man, Capleton, and Mad Cobra, but on Tell Me How Me Sound he offers up a set a reflective roots productions ideally suited to Warrior King’s relaxed delivery.

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Warrior King u sound good!

This is clearly a sweet and melodious representation of Reggae music. Loving it Warrior King, no wonder President Obama said that you were one of his favourite Reggae artiste. Big up yuh self Mr. King of Culture!

Love it!

I've always liked Reggae music but lately I've been getting more and more into it and I'm loving this album!

Album to the empresses for real :-)

Love Warrior King long time and this Album emphasize why! Great album King man.


Born: 1979 in Clarendon, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s

Jamaican-born singer Warrior King (Mark Dyer) found himself drawn to music as a youth. He managed to balance his musical pursuits with an education that included stints at St. Andrew Technical and the National Tools Engineering Institute. His first attempt at radio came in the late '90s with the Coco Tea-produced single "Nuff a Dem a Evil" with fellow DJ Little Blacks. The duo participated in numerous festivals and community events before Dyer, who was christened Warrior King by Frisco Kid, hit it...
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Tell Me How Me Sound, Warrior King
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Reggae, Music
  • Released: Sep 23, 2011

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