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Morgan Heritage's 1997 album, Protect Us Jah, features some of their first work with legendary reggae producer Bobby "Digital" Dixon, including their first song together, "Let Them Talk." The title track and "Set Yourself Free" were hits in reggae circles, while "Africa, Here We Come" and "Watch the Heathen" reflect the political and spiritual sides of the group.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The legacy of reggae vocalist Denroy Morgan has been passed on to his sons, who have performed as Morgan Heritage since 1991. While its mellow, R&B-influenced vocals and Rastafarian lyrics have been compared to Garnett Silk, the group has continued to pave its own musical path. The band's many hits include "Let's Make Up," "Tell Me How Come," "Set Yourself Free," "Mama and Papa," and "Protect Us Jah." Initially an octet featuring eight of Morgan's 29 children, Morgan Heritage began recording...
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