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    Grammy Winner Gramps Morgan Releases New Single: People Like You

    Grammy Winner Gramps Morgan Releases New Single: People Like You

    The lauded artist provides hope during uncertain times with single released via Halo Entertainment group.

    Three-time Grammy award-winning artist Gramps Morgan inspires hope with his new single “People Like You” via Halo Entertainment Group / Ineffable Music. “People Like You” is available now worldwide on all digital and streaming platforms.

    The song sends an important message for hope and aspiration during these times of uncertainty and unrest.

    “We are living in difficult times. In times like these people need comfort and need to feel appreciated, “says Gramps Morgan. “We all need to stick together. I’m doing my part”

    “Every once in a while a song comes along that defies genre and attaches itself deep into the hearts of people around the world,” says Johnny Reid, whose original version was released in May with profits benefitting the Canadian Red Cross’ Stronger Together Nova Scotia Fund. “This song was written as a dedication to all the good people out there who put love and kindness above everything else including themselves. I am so humbled to have Gramps Morgan be the voice that shares this song and its message to those who need it the most.”

    Morgan first heard “People Like You” during Johnny Reid’s recording session for the track, after the pair met by a chance encounter and struck up a musical relationship. Upon hearing the song, Morgan immediately felt compelled to record and release his own version in light of current events around the world.

    “People Like You’ was recorded at Soultrain Sound Studios in Nashville, TN (previously Randy Scruggs’ Scruggs Sound Studios) It marks Morgan’s first release of new solo music since 2012’s Reggae Music Lives and follows 12 albums with his critically-acclaimed reggae group, Morgan Heritage.

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