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Editors’ Notes

Five years after 2008’s Mission in Progress, the five siblings of Morgan Heritage return with Here Come the Kings. It's a solid, R&B-inflected full-length that finds the group collaborating with an impressive roster of producers to reach a sound that blends solid, roots-derived rhythms with a grab bag of more contemporary flourishes. On the solemn opener, “Man Has Forgotten,” Morgan Heritage yokes a rugged dancehall rhythm to a set of fiercely indignant lyrics calling for a return to the social consciousness and political activism of the roots era. Elsewhere, the group slightly slows the pace to make a few excursions into lovers’ rock territory on “Perfect Love Song” and “Love Stoned,” which sees dancehall veteran Shaggy drop by to deliver an uncharacteristically tender verse. All told, Morgan Heritage acquits itself well on the album's 12 songs. The material here is every bit as engaging as that found on classic Heritage efforts like One Calling, Protect Us Jah, and Full Circle.

Customer Reviews

Whole album is great! Listen to this one from start to finish!

Glad MH is back at it!

This is an instant classic.!!! I love them all. From 1 to 12.

Great Album


Can't wait to see you live.


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 in the...
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