WJ De King (“Man of Peace”), whose actual name is Wonlok James, is a South Sudanese reggae dancehall award-winning artist from Juba, South Sudan. He hails from the Eastern Equatoria State of South Sudan. He is a well-known and well-respected South Sudanese musician/artist who has played a significant role in promoting peace and children’s rights.
WJ De King, a singer and peace and children’s rights campaigner, was born in a remote town in Parajok-Magwi County, South Sudan, on April 12, 1987. Earlier, he served as an international representative for Save the Children in South Sudan.
His professional music career began in 2005 as a member of the Freedom Boys music group, followed by a solo career that led to the formation of the Lokwilili Kingdom, of which he is the current ruler and known as “WJ De king of Lokwilili.”
The Superstar, who rose to prominence as one of Sudan’s finest musicians and a source of inspiration for many, has used his musical talent to entertain, inspire, and promote peace in his homeland.
He has published a number of albums, the most recent of which being “Street Children,” which was released on September 22nd, 2021. He has collaborated with Ugandan and Tanzanian singers in order to preach peace and the gospel of oneness around the world, not only in his own nation.
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