Friday, 9 July 2010


Jamaican reggae star Gramps Morgan was at the Kiss TV studio's today. Anyho, on Thursday at a press briefing singer who is part of the royal family of reggae, Morgan Heritage, talked about his plan on empowering the youth living in the ghetto starting with his home country, Jamaica.
Predictably he also talked about his solo career stating that he is not broken away from the family musical group but rather taking up the challenge that comes with going solo. Gramps said he owes the decision to branch out to his late father, Denroy Morgan, whose idea it was for his children to do solo projects.
Gramps will be performing at the Carnivore Saturday night. Make your way there to see him belt out hits like Wash the Tears, Come Back to Bed, One in a Million, Therapy, Power of Prayer, Always and Forever and more off his debut album 2 Sides of My Heart Volume One.