Contemporary Reggae artiste, Mojo Morgan, said Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale and Sarkodie are making history which will be seen later in the future. In an exclusive with Culture Daily, the member of Morgan Heritage made a remark saying these artistes are putting in efforts that generations to come will look up to and appreciate.
"I keep saying that Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale and Sarkodie are writing history. We don’t realize it because we are in the moment. We have to take a step back and be like wow, that’s how far we’ve come. We are living in a historical moment seeing what the kids are doing."
Mojo Morgan also recalled Stonebwoy's Bhim Concert in 2018 where he witnessed an epic performance by the Bhim Nation President, Stonebwoy.
The Grammy award-winning artiste further touched on Sarkodie’s feature on Bob Marley’s Stir it Up which generated a lot of controversy. He added that the barriers in music have been broken and artistes can now fuse different genres to make good music. Mojo went ahead to give an instance where Morgan Heritage has fused RnB music with traditional Reggae Music.
He emphasized that the notion of Reggae being sacred is outdated and made reference to Stephen Marley making a remix to his father’s music some years back. As a way of keeping the legacy of these great musicians, Mojo Morgan believes that adding new sounds to their songs is the way to go.
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