MORGAN HERITAGE’S GRAMPS CELEBRATE GRAMMY VICTORY AS CO-PRODUCER/SONG WRITER ON BUJU’S ‘BEFORE THE DAWN’ DISK

Reggae crooner Gramps Morgan was one of several acts from the reggae fraternity who offered congratulatory messages to cultural icon Buju Banton for his well-deserved Grammy Award for “Best Reggae Album.”

Congrats my brother on your victory at the Grammy awards. You have made all of us in reggae land very proud of your accomplishments. You have undergone many challenges over the past year but you have held your head high and to be rewarded with a Grammy…wow! I am so happy I had the opportunity to work with you on the album. We did it! Love Gramps” he said.

Congratulatory messages have also been pouring in for Banton from fans and well wishers on numerous blog and social networking sites.

Gramps and Buju Banton performing at the recent 'Before the Dawn' concert in Florida

Gramps had added reason to celebrate given that he sang lead vocals with Banton on track #9 titled “Try Life” from Banton’s prophetic album “Before The Dawn.” He is also credited as a co-writer/co-producer of the song.

Earlier this year, Gramps was one several performers including Jr. Gong & Stephen Marley, Busta Rhymes, DJ Khaled, Shaggy, Sean Paul, Tarrus Riley, Wayne Wonder and Marcia Griffiths who came together in Florida to show love and support for Banton at a benefit reggae concert in his honor.

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