- Date of Birth:
- April 9, 1995
Jason Warrior (born on April 9, 1995 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American singer. At age 11, he started touring the country with a gospel group called Walt Whitman and the Soul Children of Chicago, and was with the organization for four years. He graduated from Richards High School in 2013, and auditioned for The Voice the next year. However, it took two years for him to get a call back in March 2016, and he finally auditioned for Season 11. He was picked by Alicia Keys in the Blind Auditions, stolen by Adam Levine in the Battle Rounds, then by Blake Shelton in the Knockout Rounds, advancing to the Top 20. He also launched his own production company called Dramatic Studios in 2014, which produced his web series, The Truth, a 20-episode show documenting young people dealing with difficulties and adversaries in life.
Best Known For:
Jason is best known for competing on Season 11 of The Voice.
Jason’s dad was in prison for most of his childhood, so he was raised by his single mother. He attended Northern Illinois University, but dropped out, and was nearly evicted from his apartment before getting called back to The Voice.