We’re going to let you in on a secret you already know! Morgan Heritage is back and mark their return with the release of their single "The Return." Here's the story...
Waving the Reggae Flag high, the group sat down with Super Producer Shane C. Brown where they discussed the sound and direction they want their music and album to go in. Shane, being one of the most successful producers in both Reggae and Dancehall, decided that, as Reggae music is the order of the day, the only way to do Morgan Heritage is via live musicians!
The reason why you feel as though Morgan Heritage is in the room with you when you hear "The Return" is because of Kirk Bennett on the Drums, Aeion Hoilett on Bass, Kevon Wester on Keyboards, Lamont Savory on Guitars, and, the legendary, Dean Fraser on Sax.
What's more, both Shane and his Father Errol Brown Engineer the project (Errol Brown has engineered with greats such as Joseph 'Culture' Hill, Bob Marley & The Wailers, Peter Tosh, Alton Ellis and the list goes on)!
Back to the Return!
You can hear how much Peetah, Gramps, Una, Mojo and Lukes have grown vocally, and in conviction. They don't mince words when they sing "the headlines say what's next now / all eyes on Kingston Town / Caribbean Queen's gone wild / what has the world come to now / nuff yutes ah skin out and call it entertainment / this is how they made it / for the girls to be successful they haffe half naked ...." Boom, and that's just the first 36 seconds from Peetah. Gramps takes it further.