Dream Warriors (band)

Dream Warriors were a Canadian hip hop duo from Toronto, Ontario, comprising King Lou and Capital Q. Described as "a pair of deft, intelligent rappers" by John Bush of AllMusic,[1] they were major contributors to the jazz rap movement of the early 1990s. Their 1991 debut album, And Now the Legacy Begins, was cited by Bush as one of the finest alternative hip hop records of the golden era.[1][2] Before the release of their second album Subliminal Simulation in 1994, the duo became a group with the addition of rapper Spek and DJ Luv. In 1996, they released a third album, The Master Plan, before the two new members left the group a year later. Though their subsequent releases did not garner similar commercial success as their debut, the duo released a well-received greatest hits album in 1999.[3] Their final album, The Legacy Continues..., was released in 2002.

Dream Warriors
OriginToronto, Ontario, Canada
GenresCanadian hip hop, alternative hip hop, jazz rap
Years active19882002
Labels4th & Broadway, Island, Pendulum, EMI
Past membersKing Lou
Capital Q
DJ Luv

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