Bob Marley was a great Jamaican musician and he was a first pop superstar of the Third World. His basic name was Nesta Robert Marley. He was born in 6 February 1945 and died in 11 May 1981 and the name of his village is Nine Mile in Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica.. Bob Marley was a lead singer and rhythm guitarist for Bob Marley and the Wailers from 1963 to 1981. He was a great reggae musician and he has a awesome contribution for Rastafari Movement and Jamaican music. Basically Marley was a dedicated member of Rastafan Movement. Buffalo Soldier is the most popular song by Bob Marley.
A basic social, political and cultural message was provided by Marley’s song. Bob Marley’s most popular and influencing music are Three Little Birds, One Love, Jamming, Get up Stand Up, Could You Be Loved, Redemption Song, Stir It Up, No Woman, No Cry, I Shot the Sheriff, Iron Lion Zion and so on. In 1984, his album Legend was released after his death and more than 25 million copies was sold worldwide.
The Spiritual power of reggae was introduced by Bob Marley, who was a real rocker and songwriter. Time Magazine decide that the album Bob Marley and the Wailers was the greatest album of the Twentieth century, in 1999. In 1976 he was awarded by Band of the Year ( Rolling Stone). He was also elected as the greatest lyricists by a BBC poll. A documentary film on Bob Marley was released on 6 February 2010, Martin Scorsese was the director of this film.
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