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At Home With The Morgan Sisters

Four sisters, four personalities, all love...

Throughout the music world the monika, 'Royal Family of Reggae' resonates with music lovers and represents the musical family group of reggae artistes and musicians, Morgan Heritage. The Morgans essence and root stems from their dad reggae veteran Denroy Morgan followed through by siblings Roy aka Gramps, Peter aka Peetah, Nakhamyah aka Lukes, Memmalatel aka Mojo and Una Morgan whose music have impacted the lives of thousands of reggae fans across the world.

The public has always had a fascination with this multi-talented family so sisters, Una, Taliba, Sandra and Takilat is set to launch a web based talk show called, "At Home With The Morgans" to give insight into their dynamics.  According to a release, the ladies have much to share and will present their insights over 12 episodes covering topics having to do with Current Events, Entertainment, Cooking, Beauty and Lifestyle. Six of the 12 episodes will feature a segment called "Pajama Talk" discussing important life changing topics.

Taliba Morgan in explaining how the idea came about said, "it was like a download from the Universe. It came to me as I was sitting on the sofa with my children. I knew that two of my sisters, Una and Sandra were interested in working with me on some sort of level and it took time for it to be revealed to me what project it should be hence, the saying 'divine timing' I called them up told them the idea and the rest is history." 

As for Sandra Morgan, her reason for participating in the show is simple, "Family plus Love" adding that working with her sisters will draw them closer as well as help build a strong sisterhood.  "We have always had a wonderful relationship with each other, but being able to laugh, cry and celebrate life's milestones with each other is priceless. This isn't something we thought about lightly...we knew this was something we just had to do not just for us but for our children."

In her explanation Una said, "Taliba knowing my health journey, called me one morning and asked if I would consider being a part of this with my other sisters. I hesitated at first, due to my recovery," but considering she had time off eventually agreed, "lets put it  to good use! she told her sister, "I love to talk and this was excellent way to let my inner journalist out."

The women believes their "AHWTM" talk show will be a success because of strong family bonds, "..we're four sisters and amazing personalities....even when we have our disagreements the love we have for each other always work it out and all of that." Viewers will get a chance to see the ladies varying personality traits and general family interaction throughout the series and especially when 'hot topics' are discussed

"I believe what will set up apart is the fact that we are sisters from a big family having something to say. We are international women ambassadors and we will not keep any topic off limits especially if it has anything to do with women empowerment. We want when people watch this show, they walk away learning something about life they never knew." Una. The "AHWTM' series premieres this summer.