Omari Banks Re­leases New Sin­gle Fea­tur­ing Pee­tah Mor­gan

The Star (St. Lucia) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

By many ac­counts both mu­sic lovers and in­sid­ers have deemed this past year as that of resur­gence and re­vi­tal­iza­tion of Reg­gae mu­sic. Thus it only seems ap­pro­pri­ate that Reg­gae star Omari Banks ends the year by de­liv­er­ing a time­less clas­sic sound fea­tur­ing Pee­tah Mor­gan of Reg­gae Roy­alty Mor­gan Her­itage. Pro­duced by Omari Banks him­self “No Point To Prove” fea­tures Pee­tah Mor­gan and is the lead sin­gle from Omari Banks’ up­com­ing 2015 “Move On” Deluxe Edi­tion Al­bum.

In a re­lease to the me­dia, Omari spoke of the ex­pe­ri­ence of work­ing with Mor­gan Her­itage’s own Pee­tah Mor­gan: “I’ve al­ways been a fan of Mor­gan Her­itage Band and Pee­tah Mor­gan as an Artiste. Their mes­sage is one I can re­late to and ul­ti­mately thats’ what my mu­sic is about. Pee­tah Mor­gan has a voice like no other, and to have the op­por­tu­nity to do songs with him, to work with the great man, is noth­ing short of an honor. His ver­sa­til­ity, longevity and ease with which he cap­tures an au­di­ence is what I as­pire to achieve. Blessed love Pee­tah Mor­gan”.

The in­ter­na­tional star chimed in by stat­ing “Work­ing with Omari Banks gives me as­sur­ance that Reg­gae mu­sic has truly be­come global. Omari rep­re­sents Reg­gae mu­sic, Is­land mu­sic in high fash­ion. I am al­ways hon­ored to col­lab­o­rate with artists from dif­fer­ent parts of the world. Omari is a very tal­ented artist with a very bright fu­ture”

Omari Banks fea­tur­ing Pee­tah Mor­gan “No Point To Prove” pre­miered last Fri­day on var­i­ous world­wide ra­dio sta­tions, and was avail­able on all ma­jor dig­i­tal plat­forms on Novem­ber 21st, 2014, while the highly an­tic­i­pated re­mas­tered Deluxe Edi­tion “Move On” al­bum with bonus tracks will be re­leased in early 2015. To share in the de­but of the sin­gle with his world­wide wide fans, the artist’s man­age­ment team, in an un­prece­dented move, will premiere the sin­gle and sup­port­ing video at a live stream con­cert.

On his fifth birth­day An­guil­lan born singer/ song­writer Omari Banks took the stage in Mi­lan, Italy at Club Zimba to sing along­side his fa­ther Bankie Banx and has not left the stage since. As a teenager his at­ten­tion turned to the sport of cricket, in which he ex­celled first lo­cally, then re­gion­ally and then ul­ti­mately on the world stage. As a twenty year old, Omari shined bright on the largest stage in test cricket as he played a piv­otal role in the great­est sec­ond-in­ning come­back in test cricket his­tory.

Omari Banks re­leases new mu­sic.

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