Jamaican reggae music and Ska singer Denroy Morgan. Morgan was born in May Pen in Clarendon, but left Jamaica in 1965 at the age of 19 and traveled to the United States where he later became a musician.
He was part of the formation the Black Eagles, a New York City reggae band in the 1970s, before launching a prosperous solo career in the 1980s onwards.
Denroy found success in the States in 1981 with the release of his I'll Do Anything for You album, when the title track became a big R&B and Dance hit. In the realm of reggae, however, Morgan's peak period was when he signed in 1984 with RCA Records.
That deal led to the release of the reggae album Make My Day and marked him as the first reggae artist to be signed to RCA Records.
In 1981, Morgan had his most successful release with "I'll Do Anything For You," which featured musical backing from the Black Eagles and peaked at number nine on the American soul chart.
"I'll Do Anything For You" also peaked at number seven on the dance charts. These successes helped to launch his solo reggae career.
Aint that crazy
Bad luck on me
Carry go bring come
Do the Beng Beng
Father Kill Am
In My Heart
I shall not Remove
I shot the Deputy
I wish i was a Apple
Leaving me standing
Love not to brag
Money can't by life
Moon Hop Live
Rudies Don't Fear
Searching so long
Tears on my pillow
Tell Me Darling
They Got to come
Top the Pop
Train to skaville
What a bam bam
You're a pest
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