Reggae’s powerful sibling quintet Morgan Heritage returns with the compelling video “Ends Nah Meet.” Directed by the band and Maximilian Shelton, the video features a montage of clips from Jamaica, Morgan Heritage’s most recent European tour as well as historical public domain footage documenting the economic struggle that people of all classes (lower, middle and upper) face on a daily basis.
“We wanted to connect the message in the song to real life situations over the last 100 years by using current and historic cinematography,” states Mojo Morgan, the group’s percussionist and vocalist.
“Ends Nah Meet” is off the group’s first studio album in five years ‘Here Come The Kings’ (VP Records, June 11). Filled with brilliant instrumentation and empowering lyrics, the 12-track set explores new sounds that successfully fuse roots, r&b, and a hint of dancehall.
Morgan Heritage, known worldwide for their riveting live performances, recently wrapped their North American and European tour in support of ‘Here Come The Kings.’ They will get back on the road this fall for select shows.