Denroy Morgan The Patriarch of Reggae’s Royal Family has made his earthly transition
Written by adminVibe on March 4, 2022
Denroy began his career in the 1970s, forming the Black Eagles, a reggae band with Devon “Igo Levi” Foster and Llewellyn “Jah T” Breadwood in New York City in 1974. Morgan’s most successful single was “I’ll Do Anything For You,” which reached number nine on the American soul chart and had musical accompaniment from the Black Eagles. The success led to the launch of his solo career in which he became the first reggae artist to be signed to RCA Records.
Denroy’s love for the music was carried on through his children. His children, Peter “Peetah” Morgan, Una Morgan, Roy “Gramps” Morgan, Nakhamyah “Lukes” Morgan, and Memmalatel “Mr. Mojo” Morgan, form the reggae band Morgan Heritage.
His children, Noshayah Morgan, Otiyah “Laza” Morgan, and Miriam Morgan, make up LMS. Otiyah Morgan known as Laza Morgan and Roy Morgan known as Gramps Morgan are both solo acts also. Jemere Morgan, Roy “Gramps” Morgan’s son, has also started a solo music career.
This post was released on the social media accounts of members of the family.