Grammy-winning Reggae Music Group, Morgan Heritage has once again been nominated for a Grammy. Their nomination is for their album titled Avrakedabra which features Stonebwoy.
Livingstone Etse Satekla, of stage name Stonebwoy, just had his name on the list of an album nominated for the Grammys. Stonebwoy was featured on Morgan Heritage’s Avrakedabra album titled Reggae Night.
The 15-track ‘Avrakedabra’ album is due for release on May 19, 2017. The album has been nominated for a Grammy. The Album has made waves all over the world. Stonebwoy has also been on tour with Morgan Heritage performing in around the world.
The Ghanaian Afropop, dancehall, and reggae artiste said
“It is only good to affiliate ourselves with top artiste like this. One thing that makes me honored is the fact that I am representing for my country because if you mention Stonebwoy, you cannot take away me being a Ghanaian.”
“These are the things that we are doing, not just myself, all other Ghanaian artistes who are doing stuff that we don’t know about yet and stuff that we already know… we are pushing the country further and ourselves further… it’s a good feeling [and] more of these are coming,”
BRIEF ABOUT MORGAN HERITAGE
Morgan Heritage’s last album, Strictly Roots, won the 2015 Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album, a tough prize to take in a category usually dominated by the Marley dynasty. Like the Marleys, Morgan Heritage is comprised of a group of siblings fathered by reggae artist Denroy Morgan, who managed to crack American dance and soul charts in 1981 with a disco tune called I’ll Do Anything For You.
However, Stonebwoy is yet to release a next album titled “Epistles Of Mama” (EOM) . The song has awesome features with Sizzla Kalonji, Pressure Buss Pipe, among other world music greats.
This gives Stonebwoy more audience around the world since his name is being featured on the album. Stonebwoy was featured on the global remix of their single ‘Reggae Night’. The song also features Trinidad & Tobago Soca Viking, Bunji Garlin; Nigeria’s Timaya; Jamaica’s Stylo G, Rock, DreZion and Jaheil.
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