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Morgan Heritage Releases New Track; “Just a Number,”

On January 27, Morgan Heritage dropped the much-anticipated track “Just a Number.” The song was composed and produced by Kareem “Remus” Burrell and is a call to action.

“Just a Number” ignites a dialogue about a much-needed issue: the terrible fact of how a person’s personal ideas or opinions might imperil their legacy or hard-earned financial achievements.

“Morgan Heritage and the XTM family have always had a connection. My dad Philip “Fatis” Burrell produced tracks for Morgan Heritage as well as their younger siblings LMS. I’m privileged to have produced this track Just a Number and I am really excited for its release” says Kareem ‘Remus’ Burrell.

“Just a Number” was inspired by historic and current figures in the entertainment industry. The song speaks directly to upcoming sports, film, TV, and music entertainers and anyone pursuing a professional career. We want to make them aware that they should not work hard and sacrifice all their lives to build a career and potentially lose everything overnight because of something they do or say. As students of history, we learned about brutal figures, and we’d like to start a conversation about today’s newsmakers and ensure the youths don’t make the same mistakes” says Morgan Heritage.

The official music video was also launched on the group’s YouTube page on January 27.

Alongside the release of their new single, Morgan Heritage is soliciting fan feedback on the single’s artwork. As an incentive, all voters will be entered into a lottery to win free concert tickets and/or a merchandise bundle.

Watch the video below:

The Grammy-winning Jamaican reggae band was founded in 1994 by five of Denroy Morgan’s children: Peter “Peetah” Morgan, Una Morgan, Roy “Gramps” Morgan, Nakhamyah “Lukes” Morgan, and Memmalatel “Mr. Mojo” Morgan. Morgan Heritage’s career spans more than two decades, and he has collaborated with various Grammy-winning artistes and producers across multiple musical genres. In addition to its global popularity, the group has a huge musical influence over the reggae genre, blending it with rhythms and sounds from throughout the world.

Source – Tru News Report

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