Posts Tagged ‘Stephen Marley’
More of the same quality that we’ve come to expect from this duo. Check out the visuals for their latest single off of the Distant Relatives album below…
Various tunes that I’ve been stacking to share with the people. Check out the goodness below…
Busy Signal – “Spliff Tale” (via…)
Mr. Vegas – “Ghetto Girls” (via…)
Mavado & Vado – “M.O.V.A.D.O.” (via…)
Ricky Blaze feat. Jim Jones & Nicki Minaj – “Feel Free” (via…)
Vybz Kartel – “Dancehall Hero” (via…)
Stephen Marley & Jr. Gong – “Jah Army” (via…)
Busy Signal – “Get Outta My Way” (via…)
Kardinal Offishall – “The Anthem” (via…)
Jah Cure featuring Rick Ross & Mavado – “Like I See It” (via…)
Sizzla – “Reaching Out” (via…)
Pressure – “Last Night” (via…)
Beenie Man – “Out & Clean” (via…)
Serani & Tony Matterhorn “Again & Again” (via…)
Check out a few videos and links to download after the jump…
Another dedication to his late son Carlton Kimani Grant. Produced by Salaam Remi and Jazmin Sullivan & Stephen Marley.
Check the video below…
On the second anniversary of his son’s tragic murder, Spragga the Benz issued the following statement: “Us the Family and Friends of Carlton Kimani Grant aka Carlyle, do sincerely appreciate all the Love and Generous Support that was afforded Us during our time of great grief and sorrow.
Being that the situation is of such that always stays and is universal, we do share our Love and Strength with others experiencing similar pain of loss at this time. The journey continues,the joy is less but still giving thanks for the time spent which makes us know we are blessed.”
I came across this over the weekend. Share and share alike they say, right? See the video below…
AFRICA UNITE is a singular and masterfully executed film by Stephanie Black that is at once concert tribute, Marley family travelogue, and humanitarian documentary, igniting the screen with the spirit of world-renowned reggae icon BOB MARLEY in its every frame. In commemoration of Bob’s 60th birthday, AFRICA UNITE is centered on the Marleys’ first-time-ever family trip to Ethiopia in 2005. Includes rare footage of Marley.