New Album 'Tell Me How Me Sound' In Stores August 2011
His consistent cultural offerings has now earned Warrior King a new dub - 'The King of Culture' - it is not a praise that has been bestowed lightly on him, as the singer has time and time again proven that that's what he is all about. Since he exploded on the scene in 2001 with his debut album Virtuous Woman, Warrior King has received one accolade after another; not the least of which, seeing his debut album topping the Reggae charts throughout many countries. In fact, one newspaper lauded the singer in that same year as "the artiste who made a difference" in that year. Warrior King is at it again this time with his upcoming project 'TELL ME HOW ME SOUND' scheduled to be released in August 2011.
If you just thought Warrior King is good, wait until you get your hands on his upcoming project and then you will realize that when it comes to romance the Rastaman has soul! The album is 50/50 culture and sweet lovers' rock. TELL ME HOW ME SOUND is a musical treat for Warrior King's fans; as it comes with 14 exclusive tracks and just one track that was previously released entitled Wanna Give You Love. The album opens with Oh What A Feeling (The Herbs) and listening to it, you can just get a vibes as the Rastaman extols the virtues of this medicinal plant. Blessings and Empress follow, and we really don't want to give away too much from this wonderful effort from Warrior King. All we can say is that these tracks are definitely 'feel good' recordings.
If a woman wants to feel enveloped in the security of her man's love then check it out. Jah Is The Only One, Mom and Dad, and System is Crazy sees Warrior King doing what he does best - hitting out against society's ills, giving respect to the backbone of the family and acknowledging that there is a supreme power.
Of course, there is another musical treat through his combination single with Barrington Levy entitled See It In Your Eyes, this is definitely one of those 'must listen to' tracks as the two team up for an explosive recording. TELL ME HOW ME SOUND was produced by Colin 'Bulby' York and Warrior King. Executive producing rights goes to Tad Dawkins and Tad Dawkins Jnr. The album is a Tad's Record production.