Dancehall artiste Alozade is reportedly making a steady recovery after suffering a haemorrhagic stroke last week.
He said the stroke happened early one morning about four days ago at his home in St Andrew.
However, the entertainer who turns 44 this year, is said to be on the road to a full recovery, and his slurred speech is less pronounced now.
Born Michael Sterling, Alozade has been promoting a new song called ‘Hoola’ that is reported to be making waves in the German market.
Alozade has performed at the biggest Jamaican reggae festivals, Sumfest and Sting, as well as at the German Splash! festival in 2001.
He had his first success in 1999 with ‘Street Dreams’, which was released on Byron Murray’s In The Streets label. Alozade had a major Jamaican hit in 2000, with ‘Bad Man Nuh Pet Gal’.