While soulful Grammy recording artist Jemere Morgan trods on to sold outs crowds on the “Wash House Ting Tour” alongside Grammy nominee J Boog and Jo Mersa Marley, his “Transition” album which debuted #2 on reggae iTunes charts, has now entered the billboard charts at #4 and takes it place at the top in the company of Rebelution, J Boog and Stick Figure.
The successful tour which kicked off on January 12th in San Diego, California, and to date made it’s way along the coast, has sold out various venues and continues on it’s journey throughout the states to end on February 25th in Los Angeles. Both steadfast and new fans of Jemere, are witnessing the second generation of the Royal Family of Reggae, Morgan Heritage, as he nightly takes the stage to perform such hit singles as “Good Old Roots” and “Shouldn’t Have” featuring Jo Mersa Marley off his debut Album “Transition”. The album a personal work of art, documents Jemere transition from a young boy to a man, it is considered by music insiders a musical diary.
“Whatever you put in is what the outcome shall be. Me and my team worked super hard on this album from late nights to last minute changes, so I’m glad to see the positive results..All glory goes to JAH” – Jemere Morgan
Jemere Morgan “Transition” is available worldwide on most major online digital stores.
“I put out my first album ever. That says a lot for the beginning of any artist’s career. It’s an accomplishment and a learning experience at the same time. This album represents me taking control of my life and turning my dream into a reality. Here you have it”. – Jemere Morgan
SOURCE: MPR CONSULTING