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Win Tickets to Morgan Heritage’s Album Release Party

Be the Lucky Winner to Join Morgan Heritage at Their Album Release Party
























In the middle of their tour, Morgan Heritage will be making a pit stop at SOB’s tomorrow night to celebrate the release of their first album in five years, Here Come the Kings. The group will be performing tracks off of their new album as well as their hits that grabbed fans’ attention in the first place. And a lucky fan and their guest will be chosen to attend the show tomorrow night! Check out how to win the tickets after the jump. Read more »

Morgan Heritage Announces Summer Tour

Morgan Heritage is Hitting the Stage in North America


It has been five years since Morgan Heritage have released an album but they are back with their newest album, Here Come the Kings, and a U.S. Summer Tour. The contemporary, Reggae group have announced that they will be wrapping up their European and starting their North American tour on July 31st. The tour kicks off in L.A. and ends on August 24th in Maryland. There will also be an official album release party at SOBs New York August 6. The group will be performing some of their past hits and some new tracks off of the album including, “Perfect Love Song,” which has become an instant hit. Check out the tour dates after the jump. Read more »

WATCH THIS: Morgan Heritage “Perfect Love Song” Official Video

The Song May Be Perfect, But What About The Video? morgan


Reggae quintet Morgan Heritage unloads a fresh visual for their latest single entitled “Perfect Love Song” off their highly anticipated “Here Come The Kings” album set to hit shelves June 11th. Shot in the picturesque Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami, the video which premiered on caught the attention of some You Tube commenters who made a note at the lack of melanin in the video cast. Then again, as Morgan Heritage once told us, “You don’t haffi dread to be Rasta.” Check For Yourself After The Jump… Read more »

HEAR THIS: Denroy Morgan “I’ll Rise To Fight Again”

Brand New Release From The Patriach of the Whole Morgan Line

You think Major Lazer was the first act to blend dance music and reggae? Well think again. One of the first Jamaican artists to enjoy crossover success in the U.S. was Denroy Morgan with his funky disco selection “I’ll Do Anything For You.” Since that time his numerous offspring have spread roots reggae music far and wide in the form of groups like Morgan Heritage, LMS, and Laza Morgan. A couple years back Denroy Morgan ran into a likkle situation, but apparently you can’t keep a good man down. Since then  he’s gotten back in the studio with the Anthem Band to make sure his fans know that he’s still in it to win it. Boomshots is proud to premiere his latest release, “I’ll Rise to Fight Again.” Next Monday May 13th Father Morgan will be celebrating his earthstrong with at SOBs NYC with a few good friends and surprise guests for another edition of Boomshots Reggae Mondays. Come through and hold a joyAudio After The Jump…

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HEAR THIS: Morgan Heritage “Perfect Love Song”

Something Sweet & Strong From the Morgan Fam
Morgan Heritage have blessed us with a previeew of their next album Here Come The Kings, and we like what we hear. “Perfect Love Song,” released this week on iTunes, has a nice beat, sweet melodies, and Gramps spitting a DJ verse. “The story behind ‘Perfect Love Song’ is about a person realizing that the one he or she loves makes them feel beyond good, beyond great,” says Peetah Morgan. “Instead, the person makes them feel heavenly.” Kinda like this tune. Audio After The Jump…

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HEAR THIS: Inner Circle & Peetah Morgan “Broken Hearted”

Brand New Lovers Rock Selection from the album Inner Circle Dubets
Ever since the tragic death of Jacob “Killer” Miller in a 1980 car crash, the legendary Jamaican band Inner Circle has worked with a range of vocalists. But on their upcoming album Dubets, the Bad Boys of Reggae collaborate with a range of great vocalists including the reggae empress Marcia Griffiths, Mr. Rock Steady himself Ken Boothe, Ali Campbell of UB40, and not one but two members of the mighty Morgan Heritage, Gramps and Peetah. Boomshots is proud to premiere the first song off the album, Peetah Morgan interpreting Jimmy Ruffin’s Motown classic “What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?” Sad song + sweet sounds = Total niceness.  Audio & Full Tracklist After The Jump…

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Welcome To Jamrock Reggae Cruise Crossword Puzzle Playlist

Welcome To Jamrock Reggae Cruise Crossword Puzzle Playlist

A Boomshots Playlist to Help You Solve The Puzzle

The Welcome to Jamrock Reggae Cruise sets sail this Monday from Miami with ports of call in Montego Bay and Ocho Rios, and an all-star lineup of reggae royalty and top selectors aboard. Boomshots and House of Marley teamed up to create the official cruise Zeen, which includes a reggae-matic crossword puzzle. If you can’t make it on board this year’s cruise, don’t be left high and dry… We’ve got the puzzle right here. And make sure you visit the official site to book your cabin for next year.
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WATCH THIS: Morgan Heritage “The Return” Video PREMIERE

The Roots Reggae Rulers Are Back
It’s been a long time—four years to be exact—since we heard new music from Morgan Heritage. During that time reggae has been going through some serious changes, some have even used the word crisis. Not to lay the blame at the feet of Denroy Morgan‘s musical offspring, but perhaps they can share some of the credit for putting things back on track. Contrary to popular belief they never really broke up, but Peetah, Gramps, Una, Lukes & Mr. Mojo have all been pursuing personal projects. Now they’re back with a brand new video to kick off their EP The Return. Video After The Jump
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Junior Gong To Set Up Shop at London’s Indig02 TWICE

Damian, Stephen, and Julian Marley—With The Whole Ghetto Youths Crew—Kick Off Respect Jamaica 50

The UK’s gonna be ram-a-jam this summer. Not only will London be hosting the 2012 Olympics but it’s also the site of 12 consecutive nights of reggae shows at the Indig02 in celebration of Jamaica’s 50th anniversary of independence. Kicking off the string of concerts on Wednesday July 26th will be Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, who will be joined by his brothers Stephen and Julian as well as the Ghetto Youths crew—Wayne “Go Hard” Marshall, Christopher Ellis, Black Am I, and Joe Mersa. They recently added an extra show on Thursday the 27th due to popular demand. If you were at the Marley concert at the Best Buy Theatre in NYC this Spring, then you already know this show is going to be A-MazingRead more »

WATCH THIS: Meta & The Cornerstones featuring Peter Morgan “Somewhere In Africa” (Remix)

Jamaican And African Voices, Singing From BK To The Motherland

Peter and Gramps Morgan recently linked up with Meta Dia at Coptic’s Brooklyn soundlab, headquarters of The Black Star Line Movement. Read more »