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If any album was Bob Marley’s masterpiece, it was ‘Exodus’, housing a string of hits: ‘Jamming’, ‘Waiting In Vain’, ‘One Love’ and its title track.
The chart-topping Reggae artist sings about the ‘Dangerous game’ that happens when an old flame returns.
The latest episode explores the star's well known love of soccer and his longstanding connection between the game and his music.
The 1984 release became one of the all-time bestselling compilations around the world by any artist.
The Grammy-winning reggae singer and songwriter from Kingston, Jamaica has notched countless hit singles and collaborated with many pop artists.
Ranging from spiritual ballads to political statements and declarations of love, the best Bob Marley songs spread the message of a true musical legend.
In taking reggae to the world, Bob Marley put Jamaica on the map. His legacy reaches beyond music, spreading messages of love and unity.
The Jamaican rhythm duo of drummer Sly Dunbar and bassist Robbie Shakespeare are renowned for their solo catalog as well as their collaborations with other artists.
The video went live immediately after the UK's weekly and now-traditional “clap for carers."
Island Records founder Chris Blackwell paid tribute to her on hearing the news, describing her as "such a sweet person".
Leading a fight for freedom with calls to unity, Bob Marley did more than anyone else to spread his Rastafarian religion around the world.
The new episode offers a unique glimpse and insight into Jamaican culture and the relationships between spirituality, religion, nature and Rastafarianism.
The song will appear on the Reggae artist’s forthcoming “Hot Shot 2020”, which finds Shaggy revisiting some of his biggest hits.
The Jamaican reggae band are widely renowned for their work within the ska and rocksteady subgenres.
After the long years of cult-hero status, Rastaman Vibration brought Bob Marley & the Wailers chart success, becoming the band’s first US Top 10 & UK hit.