Kenya's Otile Brown is among continental and international artistes set to feature in Morgan Heritage’s big day.
The Grammy award-winning group has a date with the One Call singer, Eddy Kenzo, Stone Bwoy, Shatta Wale, Cham and Popcan on April 21, when they will be releasing their LP, The Homeland.
The international release will also feature Busy Signal, Capleton, Beenie Man, Jah Prayzah, Rocky Dawuni, Youssou N’Dour, Alpha Blondy, Bounty Killer, Cleo Ice Queen and Made Kuti.
The US release and announcement will coincide with other international online celebrations of a Reggae band that has survived the years and become better over the decades. It will be followed by a tour of the US, the Caribbean and Africa.
The Homeland is Morgan Heritage’s first ‘world’ music album that combines the sounds of Africa and Jamaica, featuring legends and future legends.
“The Homeland kicks off a busy year for Morgan Heritage, who will also appear at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival and tour the globe later in the year,” the group said.
The announcement comes after the successful release of their first single and video, Just a Number.
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