by Jodee Brown
One of Reggae music’s most prominent families looks to return to the Jamaican music scene after over four years away from the spotlight.
Morgan Heritage, who rose to prominence in the last decade with singles like Tell Me How Come, Nothing To Smile About as well as Brooklyn & Jamaica are planning to release a new project within the next month as they prepare to re-assert their authority within Reggae music.
Reportedly, the popular group will unveil a new single in April entitled, The Return. Morgan Heritage’s upcoming track was co-produced by themselves and Juke Boxx Productions hit maker, Shane Brown and has been dubbed, The Return as they will return to the music scene full-time.
The Return hails as one of many singles that will be unleashed prior to Morgan Heritage upcoming album, which they are currently working on. Additionally, to help to promote their single and compilation, Morgan Heritage recently confirmed, via Twitter, that they will be travelling across Europe this summer on The Return tour.
Meanwhile, Morgan Heritage member, Gramps Morgan will be releasing his second solo album in the near future also, Reggae Music Lives. The album, stated for an April 24 release, will feature a collaboration with internationally-acclaimed soul songstress, India Arie.