Each of the limited edition Jamaican albums will be numbered and pressed exclusively at the legendary Tuff Gong International headquarters...
Beginning at midnight EST, the reggae icon’s YouTube channel will stream 24 hours of KAYA Radio, featuring nonstop music, videos and much more.
Resonating as strongly as ever, ‘Three Little Birds’ was slow to take flight, but now stands as one of Bob Marley’s most affecting songs.
The song originally featured on Marley's landmark 'Exodus' album and was also a UK Top 20 hit.
The Grammy-winning British roots reggae collective from Birmingham were founded by Basil Gibbidon and David Hinds.
Diamond's original was covered by reggae artist Tony Tribe, whose version inspired UB40's massive chart-topping rendition of 1983.
Rihanna’s sophomore record, ‘A Girl Like Me’, saw her evolve beyond the dancehall and introduced the world to an emerging pop force to be reckoned with.
Wilkinson will be playing a mix of classic tracks, rarities as well as Marley covers performed by other artists.
The latest episode in the series features interviews with Rita Marley, also known as Bob Marley’s wife and the matriarch of the Marley Family.
Exodus was still in the UK chart when its follow-up Kaya was released, a testament to Bob Marley’s phenomenal popularity and impressive work ethic.
Raw and alluring, ‘Iron Lion Zion’ brought Bob Marley’s message to the world in a fresh guise, with lyrics that were open to interpretation.
It’s estimated that Gregory Isaacs may have released in excess of 500 albums in Jamaica and around the world; whether this is an exaggeration is hard to quantify, but he can still...
This will mark the group’s first appearance in Southern California since Coachella Festival 2012.
This unique YouTube series provides fans a refreshing and cinematic journey through the life, legacy and relevance Bob Marley still holds in this present day.
The clip promises 12 newly-crafted stories to illustrate the impact that Marley continues to have on our modern-day culture.
Desmond Dekker was the first to have hit records outside of Jamaica and his influence on young white British teenagers was pivotal to his success in the 1960s.