Warrior King drops Power to Chant video

Saturday, January 05, 2019

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IN 2002, singer Warrior King released the album Virtuous Woman on VP Records. The set, which peaked at number nine on the Billboard Reggae Album chart, features the song Power to Chant.

Sixteen years later, Warrior King has released a video for P ower to Chant.

“I always get a lot of requests from fans to perform Power to Chant when I am on tour especially in the US, but I never thought of doing a video for it because the album was released so long ago,” said Warrior King.

Power to Chant was never officially released as a single.

The video for Power to Chant was shot in Texas while Warrior King was on tour late last year.

“While I was in Texas, my drummer Ras Gilbert introduced me to a director by the name of John-Marc Lucid. He told me that Power to Chant is one of his favourite songs and he would love to make a video for it. So, we made all the necessary arrangements and got it done,” he said.

Warrior King also disclosed plans to shoot videos for some of his other older releases.

“In the earlier stages of my career, I didn't do a lot of videos. Things are much different now and visuals are essential because the youths are now consuming music on YouTube and similar platforms. So, I plan to shoot more videos for some of my earlier hits,” he said.

— KJ

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