Blessed King the last time I was set to interview you was down in Belize at a local radio station that I was an intern at. It was also the day before your anticipated show at the Civic Center, so here we are united once again at The UCLA Reggae/Jazz Festival. Iím dressed with jeans, white dress shirt and tie on the other hand your decked in your Red, Gold and Green garment, lets jump into things.
D.B.: (Talking with a heavy Jamaican accent) Blessed gotta hand it to you man that was an excellent performance Warrior. How have the King been doing in the biz?
W.K.: First and foremost I must say greeting in the name of the Mighty.
D.B.: Respect. Youíve been in show business since when?
W.K.: (calculating) 2001, so three years.
D.B.: Where does Warrior King stand amongst the elite Jamaican artist?
W.K.: I donít compete, just do my work.
To read all of da BizNizz Interview with Warrior King, buy the July/August 2004 issue of da BizNiz magazine.