Atlanta, GA (PressExposure) June 14, 2013 -- The Institute for Caribbean Studies (ICS) led by Dr. Claire Nelson has announced its selection of Jamaican-American reggae artist Laza Morgan as Musical Ambassador for National Caribbean American Heritage Month (NCAHM).
As NCAHM Musical Ambassador Laza will help spread the word to a younger audience that June is Caribbean American Heritage Month. He will also serve as a role model to other young Caribbean American musicians and artists.
Morgan, son of acclaimed Jamaican music legend and hit maker, reggae singer Denroy Morgan, was born into the Morgan Heritage Family Dynasty of reggae music and has been surrounded by music his entire life. Laza grew up in Brooklyn, NY, attended school in Springfield, MA and lived in a distinctly Jamaican household.
This year the NCAHM Musical Ambassador Program is being managed through http://redcarpetshelley.com who has signed on as a National Media Partner. RedCarpetShelley.com is fast becoming the mecca for Caribbean Entertainment news.
ABOUT LAZA MORGAN
Laza Morgan, a Jamerican reggae singer and rapper is best known for his single "This Girl" which was featured on Disney's Step Up 3D and his hit single "One by One" featuring Jamaican dancehall sensation Mavado. which topped the Jamaican Reggae Singles Chart. Laza is set to be back on the road for Summer 2013 to do a Europe tour, promotions for his new single "All that she wants" and to release an album in Europe and Asia. "All That She Wants" is already on rotation on the biggest radio stations in Europe. Laza plans to now bring back the energy and success of the song and release it to the US and Caribbean markets this summer. Just like he did it with "One by One", there is no doubt he can do it again with "All that she wants".
For more information on Laza Morgan, please visit LazaWerks.com. To book Laza Morgan for your NCAHM events or for interviews and appearances, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Info@RedCarpetShelley.com.
ABOUT DR. CLAIRE NELSON AND ICS
Dr. Claire Nelson has been actively engaged in the business of international development for more than twenty-five years. She works in the area of project development and management, with a particular focus on private sector development. A renaissance woman, she is a Development Engineer, Social Entrepreneur, and Futurist. Recently recognized as a White House Champion of Change, Dr. Nelson is a sought after speaker on issues pertaining to economic development, globalization, and issues concerning the Caribbean and its peoples.
The Institute for Caribbean Studies (ICS) is dedicated to building bridges between Caribbean Americans and the US population at large. Together with partner organizations from industry, government and civil society, our objective is to provide education and advocacy and action on issues impacting Caribbean peoples to enable their survival, growth, and prosperity in the ever changing global marketplace. For more information on Dr. Claire Nelson or the ICS please visit http://www.icsdc.org/.