After an impressive performance that left fans eating out o their palms, Jamaican leading reggae outfit Morgan Heritage has left the country with a promise of another show.
The multi-award winning group was excited after being impressed with how fans responded throughout the show.
“Malawi’s audience is something else. The fans danced from the first song to the end.
“As if that was not enough, they begged for more and we had to give in. Trust me, we will come again,” said a visibly exhausted Gramps in an interview soon after the show ended at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe at dawn on Sunday.
However, he said the Morgan Heritage’s third coming rests in the possibility of new opportunities.
“For us, we are ready to come again anytime. Who cannot with such an impressive audience? We loved the love, energy and appreciation of our music. I would also love to come with my son Jemere to promote our projects. But by the grace of God, we will return as Morgan Heritage,” he explained.
Throughout the interview, the other band members could not hide how ecstatic they were to have performed in Malawi as well as the audience’ response.
“That was rocking. Malawi you are the best,” Jemere was overheard saying.