If you love reggae, you love Morgan Heritage. The Grammy-winning, internationally-known reggae band was formed in 1994, composed of the five children born to reggae artist Denroy Morgan. Members include Peter “Peetah” Morgan, Una Morgan, Roy “Gramps” Morgan, Nakhamyah “Lukes” Morgan, and Memmalatel “Mr. Mojo” Morgan.

On Tuesday, March 28th, Morgan Heritage graced the stage at the Grammy Museum for their The Drop series, chatting to an intimate audience about their career, creative process, and newest project titled The Homeland. The album was announced earlier this week, bringing together fan-favorites from the Caribbean and Africa, including Shaggy, Popcaan, Youssou N’Dour, Beenie Man, Mádé Kuti, Stonebwoy, Shatta Walle, Ice Queen Cleo, and more. The project’s lead single, “Who Deh Like U” featuring Bounty Killer, Cham & Stonebwoy, debuted at #1 on the US iTunes Afro-Beat chart.

Following the Q&A, the band delivered a soothing, stripped-down performance that showcased exactly why they continue to spearhead the genre that is reggae.

Some highlights from the evening include nostalgic memories with their father, getting together to perform their popular hits, and the undeniable energy in the room with everyone sharing a common love for music and reggae.

The Homeland is slated to drop on April 21st.

Photo Credits: Courtesy of the Recording Academy™️/photo by Rebecca Sapp