Zofia helps to bring the Warrior brand into musical focus

April 21, 2013

Marc & Rachid

BRAND NEW: Rachid Mohamed of Pure Warrior at the Evolution of Dubstep Event at Plush Corner, Lower Parkstone, models one of the company’s new range of T shirts. With him is company co-founder Marc Smith. Picture by Matthew Bell.

Zofia, Slavek & Matt

CENTRE STAGE: CKM glamour model Zofia Bielczuk, who headed the bill at Plush Corner on Saturday evening. Pictured with her are her interpreter for the evening Kamil Slawicki and myself. Picture by Mateusz Puchala.


MIXING desks, a worthy commercial cause and glamour models were served on the menu of an evening of entertainment at an up and coming east Dorset venue.

Performing live music at Plush Corner, Ashley Road, Parkstone, Kromatic were playing some of their tracks from their album The Classified Beats Tape Volume I and they included Lethal Grime, Underated, Frontline and Invasion.

Formerly called SNP, Kromatic are a multi-genred producer and MC from the south coast of England.

Glamour model Zofia Bielczuk came over from Szczecin in Poland to make a special appearance at the Evolution of Dubstep event. Zofia has been photographed in the Polish monthly magazine CKM which was launched  in 1998.

CKM’s tone is outspoken and provocative and uses humour to deal with the most serious of issues.

Zofia, who used to work in Leicester, has recently embarked in the entertainment industry and starred in a widely-broadcast video clip advertising the film Ostatni Klaps (The Last Clap) by the Polish film producer Mariusz Pujszo.

She is currently taking part in a series called The Doctors and has hopes to work in a reality TV show called the Kuba Wojewódzki Show.

Pure Warrior was formed in October last year with the intention to make a difference in one person’s life.

Captain Naima Mohamed died at the age of 27 from terminal cancer and her incredible strength and bravery in fighting her prognosis is the inspiration behind the firm’s foundations.

The Pure Warrior brand raises money for cancer research and cancer support through every purchase made.

Rachid Mohamed said: “We’ve been only running for six months as a business. With her gone, the clothing line will continue to thrive just as her memory shall live on.

Pure Warrior is designed to inspire people to maximise their potential. We will be donating £1,000 to the charity Kids With Cancer at the end of the month.”

The new brand T shirts are available in three colours and five sizes with the Warrior logo printed on the front chest.

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