Morgan Heritage, formed in 1994, released their debut album Miracles. After the release of Miracles, the family moved to Denroy's homeland of Jamaica. In this period, three family members left the group. Once in Jamaica, Morgan Heritage began working with reggae producers Bobby Dixon and Lloyd James, resulting in the release of their second album Protect Us Jah (1997), followed by One Calling (1998), and the spiritually-inclined Don't Haffi Dread (1999). The group's 2015 album Strictly Roots won the Grammy Award in the Best Reggae Album category in 2016.