Veteran dancehall entertainer Michael Sterling who goes by the stage name Alozade did an interview recently to update his fans and the dancehall community about his stroke attack weeks ago back in August.
Alozade was asked if he is well and his reply was “I’m getting there” being very optimistic about his health getting better as time passes. He went on to explain that he has been getting a lot of dub plate work since he got out of the hospital weeks ago. “Mi doctor Neva cheap” says Alozade when he explains that his dub plate prices as gone up because he has bills to pay.
He went on to outline that he doesn’t overcharge everyone because he still tries to help build others “yuh affi know web yuh a do inna music fam”.
Watch as Alozade tells his story below.
Alozade was at the top of dancehall at one point in the early 2000s with songs such as “Street Dreams” and the mega-hit featuring Chico “Bad Man Nuh Pet Gal”.
The St. Andrew artiste is also a producer who continues to give back to dancehall. Alozade is yet to commented on the matter, we do expect him to gives us an update of his situation via his Instagram soon.
In other news Major Mackerel leg was amputated as he treats his diabetes while Pad Anthony has passed away.