Morgan Heritage’s new single inspires fan blog

Morgan Heritage create blog to encourage fans to share their stories


Morgan Heritage’s latest single “Pay Attention” is the second single from Morgan Heritage’s upcoming spring 2019 new album which was shot in Kenya specifically in Nairobi and the Masaai Mara. The new album and song are a perfect blend between dancehall music from Jamaica and the Afrobeat sounds from Africa.

The video has given viewers an insight into Brand Kenya and the Nairobi Experience. Directed by Jordan Hoechlin & Mojo Morgan with production for   the video made possible by CTBC Music Group, Johnny Wonder, Island Vibes Rum, Bonfire Adventures, Onyx Lounge, Tribe Hotel, Mara Eden Safari Camp, Village Market, Mario Tours and Travel and Roya Entertainment, “Pay Attention” featured four elegant timeless beautiful models provided by an agency owned by supermodel Ajuma Nasenyana.

Following the release of their latest hit single “Pay Attention” featuring Patoranking, Grammy-award winning reggae group Morgan Heritage are set to unveil a brand new blog section. This new platform on their website is specially designed for their fans to share relationship stories about what it means to #PayAttention. Fans can post a story or video by joining the “Morgan Heritage Pay Attention” channel on Discord by clicking on the banner on their website.

To join the conversation:

Mojo shares more on the reason behind the initiative, “We are starting this blog as we feel this is going to bring us closer to our fans by creating a fellowship between us. “Pay Attention” is an emotional song and speaks to men and women around the world, who are trying to maintain a healthy relationship. Therefore, with the blog, we will focus on people sharing their stories about relationships that failed because they did not pay attention or succeeded because they paid attention.”

Feel like sharing your relationship story with Morgan Heritage, click on the link above and join the conversation happening among thousands of their fans.



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