TAMO J is currently convalescing at home after being rushed to Andrews Memorial Hospital in St Andrew earlier this week due to his sickle cell condition.
His symptoms included severe joint pains and headaches.
"I had to visit the hospital at 3:00 am on Wednesday where I was given medication through a drip," said Tamo J.
He was released several hours later.
Several of his fellow entertainers and stars dropped by the hospital to check on him.
Tamo J theorises that it was his aggressive promotion of his latest single, Level Up, that could have aggravated his condition.
"This is just a reminder to focus on my health just as much as my career, especially since I have the sickle cell trait which was triggered due to lack of sleep and rest, and I have been having severe joint pain and headaches," he said.
Nonetheless, he is pleased with how the promotion of his latest single has been progressing.
"The Level Up promotion has been going great, with the song being played at most mainstream dancehall events and radio stations; the streams and video views have increased highly. We have gone to a few out of town gigs. On Sunday we visited an event in May Pen then came straight to Boom Sundays," Tamo J said.
The single, produced by Boom Rich Productions in association with Gennastorm Productions (his management team), was released with visuals three weeks ago and has amassed 134,000 views on YouTube, so far.
Tamo J, who placed third the Jamaica Festival Song Competition in 2021, has ramped up his presence locally.
Other songs include Protein, released on the Code rhythm, and Life I'm Living featuring Munga Honorebel, also produced by Gennastorm.