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Happy Birthday to a humanitarian who was instrumental in making reggae music a universal symbol for peace and love. Included in this blog post is a rare interview with Bob Marley talking about the rastafarian culture and the importance of marijuana. I’ve also attached my favorite song from the reggae legend, ‘I Don’t Want To ‘Wait In Vain’ For Your Love’.
From his music, to his movies, television, and stage performances, when the maestro, Ky Mani Marley is in action, one is always amazed. Ky Mani gave an electrifying performance at the Reggae World Unity Festival in Grand Central Park downtown Miami on January 20th. Then later, he answered questions about “Shottas” and the new music he’s releasing!
As 4/20 is celebrated today, Ziggy Marley, musician and eldest son of reggae pioneer Bob Marley, shares exclusively with Billboard.com what the cannabis-centered holiday means to him. Read his open letter, which sheds light on 4/20′s musical tie-in and the advocacy efforts of marijuana legalization (Billboard)