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    Rastafarian firebrand Warrior King will head to the USA next week to perform at a show in North Carolina, his second show on that continent in less than a month. Warrior King gave an outstanding performance at the Ensom Reggae Link Up show in New York recently.
"The fans loved it, the Virtuous Woman is a real reggae classic, and they loved my new songs especially Stand Up Inna the Fire, it was a great experience," Warrior King said in a release.
He will next be performing in the USA on a reggae show on June 27th in North Carolina. He will also begin a short tour of Japan in August.
Warrior King is is promoting a new single, Wish Upon a Starfeaturing Blueberry, the artiste’s empress. The artiste is pleased with the progress of his latest album, Tell Me How Me Sound, which is selling well on the reggae iTunes and other download sites.
“The feedback has been remarkable so far especially with excellent sales from Central and South America on iTunes for the album, it appears that I and I have a large and growing fan base in that part of the world," he said.
He recently did a press junket in Panama to promote the album.
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