Jusa Dementor teams up with Jemere Morgan

HARARE - Celebrated United Kingdom-based Zimbabwean music producer Jusa Dementor, 34, has produced a single for Jemere, son of Morgan Heritage member Gramps Morgan.

Jemere, widely touted as the trailblazer of the next generation of the legendary royal family of reggae music, Morgan Heritage, announced the new single titled Cut Ya Loose on Instagram.

The highly-anticipated single featured rising songstress Kaylan Arnold.

“It’s Grammy season!!! Me and sis @ kaylan.arnold got a new record that is dropping soon called Cut Ya Loose. Can’t wait for you all to hear it! Produced by @jusadementor,” Jemere wrote on Instagram.

Jemere’s upcoming single is a follow-up to his 17-track debut album titled Transition released last year.

The bumper album, which featured his father Gramps Morgan, Agent Sasco, Jo Mersa Marley, J Boog, Toian and Ghanaian dancehall artist Stonebwoy, debuted on number 4 on the Billboard Reggae album chart when it was released.

For Jusa Dementor, born Tawanda Sibotshiwe, working with Jemere on the forthcoming single is one more feather in his cap.

“I and Abra Simzz (fellow Zimbabwean producer) have been close friends with Jemere and it’s an honour working with someone from the Grammy-winning family Morgan Heritage,” Jusa Dementor said, adding:

“We will be working on more tracks on his (Jemere) forthcoming album.

“The pre-order is available from January 21. It will be released on February 2 with a video in the planning phase. It’s exciting to see a Grammy nominee taking time to work with us.”

Though Jusa Dementor is excited to have been hired by Jemere, he was quick to point out that he has worked with several other top Jamaican stars before.

“It is not the first time we have worked with a big Caribbean artist. We have worked with Beenie Man, Major Lazer, Vybz Kartel and many more,” the rising Zimbabwean producer said.

He has also worked with Nigerian music legend Tuface Idibia and  acclaimed artists such Red Rat of the Rise Up Zimbabwe Fame.

One of the highlights of his music career was the production of the Evidence riddim that carried tracks by international superstars such as Demarco, Jah Vinci and I Octane.

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