Ventrice Morgan was born on 25 March 1975 in Montego Bay and she is daughter to music legend Derrick Morgan but she was raised by her mother and stepfather. Her music career began in 1995 after she shined at a local music contest in her hometown. This led to her performing at the popular Reggae Sumfest and she united with Tony Rebel’s Flames Crew in 1998. She released reggae rooted hits such as “Jus My Brethren”, “Randy”, “Daddy” and “Below The Waist”. Morgan also made remarkable performances at Sierra Nevada World Music Festival, Bob Marley Festival, Summer Jam in Germany, Reggae on The River in California and Reggae Sundance Festival in Holland. Morgan signed a record deal with VP Records which led to the release of her album “Montego Bay” in 2009. Her second album titled “Climb” was released in 2017 and it topped the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart.