Why we think Gramps Morgan’s album ‘Positive Vibration’ is ordained for a Grammy

Why we think Gramps Morgan’s album ‘Positive Vibration’ is ordained for a Grammy

Nashville’s resident reggae star, Gramps Morgan, is back with a blast of summertime love, dropping his new album, Positive Vibration.

Marking the Grammy winner’s first album in nine years and featuring collaborations with Shaggy, India.Arie and more, the album mixes the all-good vibes of Caribbean soul with a dash of Nashville relatability, aimed at lifting up a nation in turmoil. Morgan says he was inspired to preach the gospel of togetherness following COVID-19 and racial injustice protests.

Fifteen tracks include the first single, “If You’re Looking For Me,” and also feature Morgan’s father who is a reggae star and co-founder of New York’s Black Eagles Denroy Morgan, as well as his son, Jemere Morgan.

Being a Nashville native, Gramps Morgan moved to town after falling in love with music following a performance at the historic Ryman Auditorium while on tour with India.Arie, and thinks of his unique project as “If You’re Looking For Me,” especially, conjures sonic images of everyone from Toots Hibbert to Kenny Chesney, both of whom Morgan cites as inspirations.

The album also holds a few collaborations with Gramps’ Friends like Shaggy on a track called “Float Ya Boat”, “Paradise” ft R&B Songstress India.Arie, “Rumnesia“, about the side-effects of the ‘Drink of the God’s’ with Lybran the ‘Rum Boss’ and a true family get together with his son Jemere Morgan and father Denroy on a track called “Secret To Life”.

Earlier released tracks like “If You’re Looking for me“, “A Woman like you“ and “Runaway Bay” also found their way on this amazing album.

Overall, it is another must-have Album coming from the Morgan Heritage camp.

This one is ordained to get a Reggae Grammy for sure!