Warrior King to perform at Bob Marley celebrations
Reggae singer Warrior King is in an upbeat mood as he prepares for his upcoming performance in the annual Bob Marley Birthday celebrations in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Virtuous Woman singer will headline the event dubbed Bob Fest, which is scheduled to take place at the famous Shrine of the Black Madonna venue on Saturday.
The line-up for Bob Fest also includes St Croix reggae singer Reemah and popular reggae revivalist DJ, Yardcore.
This will be Warrior King's first appearance in the US for 2019, and he plans to deliver an impressive performance.
"I'm looking forward to my performance in Atlanta, whenever I perform in Atlanta the people always show me a lot of love and positive vibrations. I plan to deliver a very entertaining performance for all my fans on Saturday," said Warrior King.
Warrior King is currently promoting a single titled Nuh Fraid, which is the title track of his upcoming album, slated to be released in July.
The video for the single will be released before the end of February to coincide with the Black History/Reggae Month celebrations.
"I'm getting a lot of positive feedback about this song, and it's receiving strong support from DJs all over the world. It's the first track off the album. I've already recorded several other songs that will be included on the album. It's coming together very nicely, it's going to be a great project," he said.
Also, on the cards for Warrior King is an upcoming tour of California in May.