Pay attention to Morgan Heritage and Patoranking’s new release

The much-anticipated music video from Jamaican Grammy-award winning reggae group Morgan Heritage and Nigerian artist Patoranking collaboration ‘Pay Attention’ has been released.

This is the second single from Morgan Heritage’s upcoming Spring 2019 new album and a perfect blend between dancehall music from Jamaica and the Afro-beat sounds from Africa.

Morgan Heritage continues to make history with remarkable various endeavors around the globe. Ahead of the release, Mojo touches on the music video shot in Kenya, noting, “We didn’t know this song would be for a song so emotional that speaks to men and women around the world, who have been through one thing or the next trying to maintain a healthy relationship. Which can easily be lost because we just simply didn’t pay attention,” adding, “For almost two years we’ve been working on the new album and since setting up our roots in Kenya we long looked forward to filming a music video in Kenya and this is it for the new album.”

Gramps Morgan adds onto their collaborator, “While vibing to the track, we knew that Patoranking was the perfect fit. He’s an artist we’ve been following and have loved the progress he’s made in his career over the last five years.”

“Sometimes we don’t pay attention, To the little things that matter, And it’s not that complicated… Never really takes much to make things better…” are some the sentimental lyrics from Morgan Heritage’s latest offering, a passionate track with catchy melodies of reggae/dancehall and afrobeat.

‘Pay Attention’ is a sensual ode to the ladies and is accompanied by breathtaking visuals, filmed in Nairobi, Kenya, and Masaai Mara, Kenya. The video is 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 Roya Entertainment, ‘Pay Attention’ featured four elegant timeless beautiful models provided by an agency owned by supermodel by Ajuma Nasenyana.

As reported by The Sauce earlier in the year, the Reggae royalty group has a collabo with popular Kenyan artist Naiboi coming up.

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