Richard P.D. Warren Sr., born a Gullah-Geechee native in Charleston, South Carolina, is a young professional, full-time entrepreneur, historian, activist, and military veteran. Shortly after graduating high school in 2009 he joined the military during a warm (a light orange shade type of warmth) month of March (2010). Upon completing his close-to-a decade career in the military in 2019 the 13th generation Charlestonian chose to return to his hometown where he has overtime obtained an "umbrella" of creative titles ranging from author, artist, and graphic designer to promoter/event coordinator.
Richard P.D. Warren Sr. is the founder/organizer of the Charleston Grand African Ball (FB/IG: @chsafricanball) and also the founder/promoter of Rich African Entertainment (FB/IG: @richafricanent) which host a series of Afrobeat events in Charleston, South Carolina. He made a breakthrough with his promoter career after successfully booking celebrity singer Rotimi to perform in concert in Charleston, South Carolina on February 22nd, 2020!
Since 2016, Richard P.D. Warren Sr. has also published his annual Afrikan Revolutionary History calendar which has been an excellent learning tool in households throughout the country. His most recent projects are his released official single "Take Me Higher" and his first completed book "20 Historical Black Natives of Charleston, South Carolina Vol. One".