Born: Vineyard Town, East Kingston, Jamaica
Birth Name: Jeanette Morris
Birth Date: TBC
From dancehall to reggae to rap, Posh Morris is as versatile as they come. The artist known for her lyrical prowess started pursuing music at an early age singing on the church choir and entering several Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) competitions where she won awards in numerous areas. She was further influenced by the likes of Diana King, Lauren Hill and Lady Saw; all of which helped shape who Posh is today.
In 2006 she attended Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston, Jamaica where she pursued an Associates Degree in Performing Arts and soon after entered famed talent competition Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall. She placed 4th among hundreds of hopefuls all over Jamaica and received mass exposure through the competition. Posh Morris grew an eagerness to be successful in the industry releasing several singles throughout the years. Some of the more honourable mentions were ‘Horse Tonic’ produced by ZJ Dymond (2016), ‘Wine, Drop and Dip’ featuring Razor B produced by ZJ Sparks (2016), ‘Have It’ produced by Davigion Music (2017), ‘Balance’ featuring Kalado produced by ZJ Dymond (2017) and ‘No Gyal’ produced by True Blue Family (2017). These singles created a major media impact locally and internationally.
Along with receiving great media reception Along with receiving great media reception Posh Morris performed at Unite the People (2011), Saddle to the East (2011), Galiday Bounce (2012), Ewarton Jerk Festival (2014) and The Release TV Show Community College Tour (2017)
to name a few. Describing her music as up-tempo, meaningful and realistic Posh’s performances are described as ‘direct’, ‘interactive’ and ‘mind-blowing’. Posh Morris is now on the promotional trail as she aims to target several new markets with new materials. She wants to be remembered for her ‘versatility’ and ‘stamina’ on the stage.