Mojo of Morgan Heritage hospitalised
KINGSTON, Jamaica - A member of the international reggae group Morgan Heritage has been admitted to hospital in Miami.
Family members said the reggae artiste Memo 'Mr Mojo' Morgan, was working with his siblings on their new Morgan Heritage Album when he complained of not feeling well.
"We brought him to the hospital and he was admitted," said Roy Gramps Morgan, a member of the group.
Anthony Turner, publicist of the artiste said that Mr Mojo is currently undergoing a number of tests to determine the cause of his illness.
After more than 10 years touring the world together as Morgan Heritage, the family of singers decided recently to embark on temporary solo careers.
Morgan Heritage is known for songs such as She's Still Loving Me and Don't Haffi Dread.
The group consist of Roy 'Gramps' Morgan, Nakhamyah 'Lukes' Morgan, Memo 'Mr Mojo' Morgan, Una Morgan, Denroy 'Daddy' Morgan and Peetah Morgan.
Morgan Heritage was formed in 1994 by five children of reggae artist Denroy Morgan.