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Tortola’s own ‘King Jerome’ releases ‘heartbreak hit’

Tortola’s own Jerome ‘King Jerome’ Morton, releases debut ‘single.’ Photo: Facebook
From betrayal to beats and misery to music, Virgin Islander, Jerome ‘King Jerome’ Morton, is transforming his heartbreak and pain into musical memories. Photo: Facebook
From betrayal to beats and misery to music, Virgin Islander, Jerome ‘King Jerome’ Morton, is transforming his heartbreak and pain into musical memories. Photo: Facebook
PURCELL ESTATE, Tortola, VI - From betrayal to beats and misery to music, Virgin Islander, Jerome E. Morton, continues transforming his heartbreak and pain into musical memories.

The budding 24-year-old artiste—‘King Jerome’—recently released his latest single, ‘Turn your back’ which he says was written about his ex-girlfriend and their relationship.

Dubbed as his best work yet, the song and official music video was produced by ‘Homegrown Productions’ and Lincoln Ward, and also features local Virgin Islands’ (VI) performer, Delma Tavenier Perrez.  

Born in the VI, Morton describes himself as a ‘cool guy that is never in trouble.’

Good & Bad

The VI-born young man works alongside his father in Virgin Gorda, at EEM Construction Company, he resides however, at Purcell Estate on Tortola, where he was born.

Reflecting on the inspiration behind the lyrics which speak about enduring difficulties in a relationship and the potential outcomes of those difficulties, Morton said,” this song shows that relationships are not just about a man and a woman, it is about both persons, as well as the bad and the good.”

The singer opines, “…for all those who feel someone turned their back on them, this is the song to listen to.”

Speaking to the efforts to produce and complete the song, ‘King Jerome’ expressed his profound gratitude to those that played a role in the production.

“They worked really hard putting this song together, special thanks to John Black and his team,” he told Virgin Islands News Online.

The young musician—already with 14 tracks to his name—said he plans to continue producing music for both the ladies and men, as he continues to evolve as a musical artiste. See video below:  

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