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Jason Warrior Biography, Age, The Voice, American Idol, and Net Worth

Jason Warrior Biography

Jason Warrior is an American vocalist/craftsman who has contended in the shoe, The Voice, and is set to contest in American Idol. He was born on April 9, 1995.

He has one sister and two brothers. As a youngster, Jason went around the planet with the renowned Chicago-based gospel bunch Walt Whitman and the Soul Children, and even performed for Bill Clinton.

In 2014, Jason began a creation organization out of his school residence, Dramatic Studios. He made a 20-scene web arrangement called The Truth about youngsters beating troublesome issues throughout everyday life.

He is currently inhabiting home and has been rehearsing vocal activities through YouTube instructional exercises, learning up to 10 melodies per day so he can be ready for whatever The Voice tosses his direction.

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Jason Warrior American Idol

The debut of Season 19 of American Idol is practically around the bend, and the show just delivered another trailer highlighting a portion of the staggering craftsmen this season.

One craftsman that is wanting to make a major sprinkle is Jason Warrior. His name may sound natural since this isn’t the first occasion when he has showed up on an ability rivalry show.

Here is a list of the other contestants;

  • Redd Daugherty
  • Will Pellerin
  • Malachi Mills
  • John Okafo
  • Mignon
  • Chloe Belsito
  • Vanessa Dominguez
  • Ryan Romano
  • Laila Mach
  • Ethan Kuntz
  • Reh
  • Anthony Guzman
  • Abby LeBaron
  • Brianna Collichio
  • Cassandra Coleman
  • Simeon Taylor
  • Cheryl K
  • Dreion
  • Olya Lvova
  • Kyng Bea
  • Zoe Levy
  • Lambo
  • Tania Kelly
  • Grace Kinstler
  • Alanis Sophia
  • Sofia Gomez
  • Sade Frame
  • Alexis Arai
  • Taylor Sackson
  • Ronda Felton
  • Alex Miller
  • Anilee
  • Nastachia
  • Celeste Butler
  • Mikayla Jackson
  • Liahona Olayan
  • Katelyn Myers
  • Sloane Simon
  • Nicole Acosta
  • Tryzdin
  • Pajama Josh
  • Jamie Grace
  • Henry Thompson
  • Monica Leah
  • Ren Patrick
  • Julian Cunningham
  • Steven Paul

Jason Warrior The Voice

Warrior was a challenger on Season 11 of The Voice, an individual from Team Blake, and a previous individual from Team Adam and Team Alicia.

His visually impaired tryout of the Stevie Wonder melody “Living For The City” turned two seats.

Most popular for his amazing, legit vocals and his propensity to forget about everything in front of an audience, his excursion on the show never settled any security, as he would proceed to be taken all through to the live shows, losing his Battle Rounds fight to Christian Cuevas and being taken onto Team Adam, and losing his Knockout round to Riley Elmore and being taken onto Team Blake.

Notwithstanding this, he would reliably leave the entirety of himself and his battle with each exhibition, never appearing to withdraw even once.

He is the lone challenger in Season 11 to have contended on three distinct groups.

His experience on the show at long last attracted to a nearby in the Live Playoffs, when he didn’t get enough votes to be saved and fell into the Coach’s Choice close by Courtney Harrell and Dana Harper.

Blake would, at last, decide to save Courtney, disposing of him and Dana from the opposition.

Jason Warrior Songs

The following are his songs;

  • Hello
  • I Want You
  • Love On The Brain
  • Dreams
  • Radioactive
  • One Dance
  • Living For The City
  • Titanium
  • Walking With You
  • About Last Night
  • No One Like You
  • Breaking Free
  • MY GOD
  • So Great
  • Love Somebody
  • King

Jason Warrior Age

He was born on April 9, 1995. He is 25 years old as of 2020.

Jason Warrior Wife

Information about his wife/his dating life will be updated as soon as possible.

Jason Warrior Height

He is approximately 5’9” tall.

Jason Warrior Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $1.2 million.

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