Reggae royalty MORGAN HERITAGE and MARCIA GRIFFITHS have been added to BERES HAMMOND’s tour of the UK later this summer.
Jamaican music legend DENROY MORGAN has walked free from the US District Court in lower Manhattan after drug charges were scaled down to misdemeanour.
On 14 September 2011 MORGAN was charged with possession of 25 pounds of marijuana in the Bronx, New York.
Independent record label Krian Music Group has announced the signing of MORGAN HERITAGE percussionist and vocalist MOJO MORGAN just weeks after his health scare.
As reported in the Jamaica Star, the lead single off his solo debut, “New Dawn”, will be available digitally on 4 December.
MORGAN HERITAGE member Memo "MR MOJO" Morgan has finally released a statement regarding his state of health after being admitted to hospital on 17 October.
MORGAN fell ill at Circle House studio in Miami, and was taken to Aventura Hospital and Medical Center.
Here's the official statement:
MORGAN HERITAGE member Memo “MR MOJO” Morgan is now in a stable condition after being hospitalised last weekend.
As reported in the Jamaica Observer his blood pressure became elevated due to a viral infection, however his “vital signs have since normalised”
Memo “MR MOJO” Morgan, a member of reggae group MORGAN HERITAGE, has been admitted to hospital in Miami, Florida.
As reported in the Jamaica Observer, family members said he was working with his siblings on mixing the new MORGAN HERITAGE album.
The full line-up for the Respect Jamaica 50 Festival in London - celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jamaica’s independence from the UK - can now be revealed.
North Greenwich’s IndigO2 venue will play host to the 12-day event with some of the most iconic reggae artists appearing together on stage.
The confirmed line-up is as follows:
Reggae band MORGAN HERITAGE has dropped a new single “The Return” from their upcoming album of the same name which is due out later this year.
Listen to the new Juke Boxx Productions-produced track here:
US reggae artist ROY "GRAMPS" MORGAN will be donating the proceeds from his latest single to the family of Trayvon Martin who was gunned down in Florida on 26 February.
MORGAN's record label, Dada Son, is donating a portion of the proceeds from the iTunes sales of “Life Too Short”.
The case against DENROY MORGAN in the Bronx Supreme Court has been dismissed after federal prosecutors in Manhattan stepped in and filed an indictment charging him with distribution and possession of marijuana.
According to the New York Post the feds are now “calling the tune” against the reggae singer who is accused of scheming to sell more than 350 pounds of marijuana.
Reggae singer DENROY MORGAN has been released on US$8,000 (£5,169) bail after being arrested in New York on drug charges, according to the Jamaica Star,
The Jamaica-born artist was reportedly busted after leaving a property in the Bronx. Police then followed MORGAN's car and pulled him over after he ran a stop sign, where he reportedly "confessed to cops that he was flush with weed."
Jamaican-born reggae artist DENROY MORGAN has been arrested after police uncovered more than 300 pounds of marijuana [street value of up to US$350,000] in the Bronx, New York.
The 66-year old singer, who was the first reggae artist signed to RCA Records, was discovered with 25 pounds of marijuana in the trunk of his car after being pulled over by the police for jumping a stop sign.