CEH April 2021 New Reggae Releases Spotlights Gramps Morgan’s ‘A Woman Like You’

Written by: David lawrence

Gramps Morgan’s distinguished baritone voice was created for romance and ballads. In his newly released track, ‘A woman Like You’, the ease and sincerity in which he connects with the lyrics and conveys the feeling and meaning of the song is second to none.

Gramps has been singing for most of his life as he was born into music. He is the son of one of Jamaica’s reggae greats, Denroy Morgan, and a member of the well-known reggae powerhouse Morgan Heritage formed by Denroy’s children. The group has superhits such as ‘She’s still Loving Me’, ‘Down By The River’,  ‘A Man Is Still A Man’, just to name a few.

Outside of Morgan Heritage, Gramps has several hits songs of his own. ‘For One Night’, ‘Lonely’, ‘Hush’, and the monster hit ‘Resue Me’ with Duane Stephenson are a few that comes to mind. These hits all have one thing in common, they are romantic ballads; his new release ‘A women Like You’ seems destined to join the list.

Not all authentic reggae is on our new music list this month. I must admit there is some dancehall mixed in here. But all in all, there is good music; listen for yourself and be your own judge.

1. A Woman Like You Gramps Morgan 0:45
2. God Is Love Popcaan, Beres Hammond 0:45
3. Missing You Jah Cure, Shaneil Muir 0:45
4. Etana Ft. Vybz Kartel Lyric Video ft. Vybz Kartel Baby O 0:45
5. Mountain Top Turbulence 0:45
6. Lutan Fyah ft. Arise Roots, Nattali Rize & Turbulence Lions In The Jungle 0:45
7. Serious Times Teejay 0:45
8. Nice Up Tia, Bounty Killer 0:45
9. Just Like That Tarrus Riley 0:45
10. Real As It Seems Capleton 0:45


Hash tags #GrampsMorgan #Popcaan #BeresHammond #JahCure #ShaneilMuir #Etana #Turbulence

#Lutan #Tia #TarrusRiley #Capleton

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