Roots reggae singer Mark Dyer, better known by his stage name “Warrior King” has announced the release of his fifth studio album, his first in four years, entitled “The Rootz Warrior”. The album will be distributed digitally by Zojak World Wide and available on iTunes in February 2016.
“Rootz Warrior”, also the name of Warrior Kings company, was a three-year project executive produced by the Rootz Warrior label alongside Irie Sounds International and features 15 total tracks (one being a “bonus track”). The album will include collaborations with artists like Beres Hammond and Richie Spice with production by Colin ‘Bulby’ York, Walboomers Music from The Netherlands and more.
You can stream a couple of the tracks via the following link.
King’s album comes just in time for his upcoming US tour which is already scheduled to make its way through California, Alabama, Missouri, Minnesota, Ohio, Chicago, Pembroke and Bermuda.
Jan 24 Mozambique Club – Laguna Beach CA
Jan 27 Dub Club – Hollywood CA
Jan 29 Hacienda – Salinas CA
Jan 30 Moe’s Alley – Santa Cruz CA
Feb 06 BAA Gymnasium – Pembroke, Bermuda
Feb 10 Club Viva – St. Louis, MO
Feb 11 tba
Feb 12 Davey’s Uptown – Kansas City, MO
Feb 13 Classic Wheels – Huntsville, ALA
Feb 14 Wilebiski’s Saloon – St. Paul, MN
Feb 17 Old Town School – Chicago, IL
Feb 19 Wild Hare – Chicago IL