•The late Jamaican songwriter and musician was considered one of the pioneers of the music genre, reggae. Bob Marley's songwriting style and distinctive vocals still ensnare many and leave them in love with the man.
Reggae lovers commemorate fallen legend Robert Nesta Marley alias Bob Marley on his birthday, following the official notice for the release date of the One Love movie, on 14th February 2024, featuring the life of the star.
The late Jamaican songwriter and musician was considered one of the pioneers of the music genre, reggae. Bob Marley's songwriting style and distinctive vocals still ensnare many and leave them in love with the man. Today though decades later without the artist many of his fans still commemorate him, especially on February 6th when the singer was born.
Some of the messages from X formerly Twitter;
Selassie Soulja: On 6th February 1945, the legend of Bob Marley was brought to life. We shall forever look to this day as the one that revolutionized the world for the better. His legacy is one like no other. Greatness with no bounds!!
Steve Ruigu Njuguna: To commemorate Bob Marley’s birthday today, I’m bingeing on some of his greatest tracks
THE Blaze: Blessed Earth is strong to one of the greatest (greatest to some) reggae artists of all time, Bob Marley. The little boy from St. Ann who had a hard time fitting in went on to become a global star and cultural icon. His music, is to this day, still relevant.
African Stream: BOB MARLEY: AFRICA’S OUR HEAVEN. Happy Birthday to the late reggae legend Bob Marley. He was born on February 6th, 1945, but there’s something we want to remember beyond his wonderful music. The artist wanted a unified Africa. Even though he was born in Jamaica, he traveled to the continent with trips to Ethiopia, Kenya, Gabon, and Zimbabwe. And he recognized all Africans scattered everywhere shared the same struggle. That is why he wrote songs like ‘Africa Unite’ and ‘Zimbabwe.’ His songs called for resistance, an end to injustice and exploitation, and a return to Africa. Africa, as he explains in this clip, is Heaven. Bob Marley passed away from skin cancer aged just 36 years old. But he remains the most internationally popular and beloved reggae artist ever and is revered by Pan-Africans worldwide...
Rapcha The Sayantis: In 2018 I was going through some rough times in my life. I listened to Bob Marley's song 'Hammer' every day, it got me through those dark days. Happy birthday Mr. Marley, one of the most iconic voices in world music