Blak Ryno’s condition ‘improving’ after crash

Dancehall artiste Blak Ryno is said to be in stable condition in a New York hospital following a motor vehicle crash early Wednesday morning.

“He’s still in the ICU, but he’s recovering, his condition has improved and he is now stable and breathing on his own,” a member of the deejay’s management team told News reporter Claude Mills.

The source, who requested anonymity, was unable to say which hospital the deejay was admitted to or give any details about the accident.

“I spoke to his mother who is overseas with him in New York, and she told me that he is stable,” said the source.

Blak Ryno, whose real name is Romaine Anderson, was an important member of the successful Portmore Empire music group, scoring several hits such as ‘Real Stinger’, ‘Dolla Coin’ and ‘Bike Back’, before severing ties with Vybz Kartel.

He scored an emphatic victory over Kiprich at a Sting faceoff several years ago.

He migrated to the USA a few years ago and got married.

This is not the first time that Blak Ryno has been in an accident as in November 2014, he was travelling along Molynes Road in St Andrew when his motorcycle crashed. He received treatment at the Andrews Memorial Hospital after that incident.