Grandson of reggae legend Denroy Morgan and son of Morgan Heritage member Gramps Morgan, singer Jemere Morgan brought more R&B, hip-hop, and pop influences into his style of reggae music, a mix heard on his breakthrough hit, 2013's "Neighborhood Girl." Born in Atlanta but raised on tour with his father's group, Jemere still found time for high school, where he introduced his talents to the world, performing a version of Mario's hit "Let Me Love You" at the high-school talent show. In 2011, his first professional showcase came when he was opening act on his father's solo tour, then 2012 saw him drop the mixtape High School Drama hosted by G-Unit and Shadyville associate DJ Outkast. In 2013 he released the hit single "Neighborhood Girl," which landed on his debut EP, I Am Jemere. ~ David Jeffries
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