'Carrot' Jarrett of Third World band fame has died

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Former Third World percussionist Irvin "Carrot" Jarrett has died.

Reports are that the Reggae singer and naturopathic doctor died suddenly this morning.

Jarrett was part of the classic line-up of the Third World band and played on some of the band's hit songs including 96° in the Shade, Always Around and Now That We Found Love.

Jarrett, who left the band Third World in the 1980s, has been touching lives as a holistic health provider since the 1990s.

Jarrett married Alisia Lawson in June 2013.

He was the CEO of CREED Group Entertainment, a production entity designed as an umbrella framework for health and educational projects. CREED is the acronym for Consistent Rhythmic Energy Enticing Dance.

Yardflex sends condolences to the family of Carrt Jarrett.