K-Warren was always at the forefront and pioneers of UK garage for the last 20 years with a string of radio successes to his name where he managed to take the underground into the over-ground. It has been no surprise that he made the transition to a respected producer-writer of all genres with his emotive and memorable melodies in his music.
As an original member of the Architects, he was jointly responsible for the colossal remix of Brandy & Monica’s “The Boy Is Mine” and since then, K has remixed many top UK & US artists including Whitney Houston, Lil Wayne, Jay Sean, Emma Bunton, Christina Aguilera, Samantha Mumba, Shola Ama, Gabrielle, Maxi Priest & Eternal.
K teamed up with Richie Dan for the hit “Call It Fate” single and he also had has his own anthemic single “Coming Home” featuring Leo (aka Leo the Lion, vocalist from The Streets plus he recently appeared on The Voice), out on Go! Beat / Universal.
This track was a UK Top 30 hit and appeared on several TV programmes to promote it, including The Big Breakfast, Nickelodeon & Disney. K’s reproduction/remix of Ed Case’s “Something In Your Eyes” has become legendary in the garage scene and is still huge, both in the clubs and on the radio.
K has co-written with other artists such as Edel’s Tymes 4 and Inferno’s Ryze and he has also remixed Lisa Stansfield, Tymes 4, MJ Cole and Bob Sinclair singles.
K has also completed a Sarah Whatmore remix for BMG, a Triple 8 remix for Polydor and has produced artist Selwyn for Sony Australia with a song he co-wrote with Phil Pickett (of Boy George – Karma Chameleon fame) for this No.1 selling artist.
He has previously had a hit single with his remix of Selwyn’s “Rich Girl” which went platinum.
More recently K has remixed Jodie Lea “Dirty Face” Jay Sean feat. Lil Wayne’s huge no.1 hit “Down”. Other songwriting/production projects include: Stacey Solomon (X-Factor/I’m A Celebrity) Paris (Fame Academy), Boy George, Shelley Nelson, Joe Killington, Blazin’ Squad, Morjac, Aggro Santos, Nadia/Cherise (girls from Big Brovas / Booty Luv ), Gabriella Ellis (from Made In Chelsea), John Adeleye (aka J’Nay) (MOBO Unsung Winner/X Factor semi-finalist) and Aylin (signed to Pavarotti’s production company), Niara Scarlette (no.1 hits with Girls Aloud & Sugar Babes), Sharon Woolfe (no.1 hit Sweet Like Chocolate), Grant Black (Liberty X, Holly Valance), Curtis Richardson (J-Lo, LL Cool J, 3LW, Joss Stone)