Mr Mojo a member of Jamaican music group, Morgan Heritage has disclosed that the group will release a new album in April 2023. The album title which he did not disclose during the exclusive with the Culture Squad has Ghanaian Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy on one of the songs. However, on March 17th, 2023 Morgan Heritage will release their single with Stonebwoy titled Who Deh Like You.
In addition, the title of the album will be released on that day together with an artwork to portray the songs on the album.
In the interaction, Mojo Morgan also said the group considered the theme for the songs before choosing an artiste to feature. He further said their music has had an impact in the lives of people from all walks of life especially during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
The band, built by their late father Denrory Morgan, was formed in 1994 with 18 albums to their credit. The group is referred to as the first family of Reggae with popular tunes like Selah, Wanna Be Loved, Perfect Love Song and many more. The three-time Grammy winners released their last album in 2021, titled Legacy, a 35-track album featuring artistes like Stonebwoy and Diamond Platnumz.
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