One of the first wave of Canadian hip-hop acts signed to a major label, the Dream Warriors released their debut album independently and after the success of "My Definition (Of A Boombastic Jazz Style)" on radio across Canada, their first album 'And Now The Legacy Begins' was scooped up by Island Records in 1991.
A Juno Award followed in 1992 and helped land the act on the cover of Melody Maker in the UK and mentions in Rolling Stone magazine.
They became the first Canadian hip-hop group to tour the world.
'Subliminal Simulation' was their 1994 follow-up after which the original trio was augmented by that addition of Luv (from Michie Mee & LA Luv fame).
1996 saw the released of 'The Master Plan' but failed to live up to the success of their previous outings. In 1997 Spek left the group and the Warriors are momentarily working a new record.
1990 My Definition (Of A Boombastic Jazz Style) [independent]
1991 My Definition (Of A Boombastic Jazz Style) [re-issue] (Island)
1991 Wash Your Face in My Sink (Island)
1991 And Now The Legacy Begins (Island)
1994 Subliminal Simulation (EMI)
1996 The Master Plan (EMI)
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