Warrior King aids peace movement
Warrior King has joined the all-star line-up of reggae greats, including Capleton, Luciano and Chezidek, in the third annual concert series Guinness Peace on the Streets.
The concert-styled peace initiative is slated to take place today at Beer Fest Grounds in Nassau, Bahamas.
Warrior King said he is on a mission to promote peace and love for 2018.
"We feel this link is quite fitting because I am all about promoting the peace; and my song Nuh Fraid is a project that hits out 'gainst the criminals. We a come together as a people, not just nations, to make them know that there is strength in numbers. So we just want to encourage the Bahamians them to come out and promote the peace (today)," said Warrior King.
The reggae singer is also set to for performances in Miami and Orlando, Florida; Kentucky; New York; and Toronto, Canada, between April and May.
Event promoter Jeranamo Ellis of Alliance Entertainment said the entity, which has been in existence for the past 10 years, has been promoting peace shows for the last three years.
"We just believe in strictly culture vibes, peace and more conscious music. The artistes on the line-up were selected because of their background and the role that they play in promoting culture music and conscious music. These artistes speak for themselves and how they promote peace, love and unity," shares Ellis.
Peace on the Streets is expected to be a major long-term annual initiative in the Bahamas, showcasing top reggae acts whose messages are in keeping with the mandate of the initiative.