Ziggy Marley Opens Up About The Day His Father, Bob Marley, Died

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Ziggy Marley has recently opened up about the day his dad, Bob Marley, passed away. According to Ziggy himself, it’s worthy of celebration, not sadness, because of how incredible his dad was for the community in Jamaica.

Bob Marley was a singer-songwriter and musician who specialized in reggae music. As a symbol of Jamaican culture, the loss took a toll on the community in general, but Ziggy remains hopeful. Bob Marley died of malignant melanoma at the age of 36.

June 27, 1978: Bob Marley & The Wailers close out a 3-night, 3-sold-out-show run at the Pavilion De Paris in France during the Kaya tour! #todayinbobslife

A post shared by Bob Marley (@bobmarley) on Jun 27, 2018 at 6:00pm PDT

“The day he passed away, we were at my grandmother’s house,” Ziggy recalls about the day his father passed, “And then I saw her coming down the stairs and she didn’t even have to say anything, because I kind of knew. And I never cry, I was just kind of, like– just silent.”

“My 2018-19 tour will be more than a #concert or a show. For me and for you it will be a rally, a rally for humanity.” #rebellionrises check link in story for cities and dates! #ziggymarley . Definition of rally transitive verb 1 a : to muster for a common purpose b : to recall to order 2 a : to arouse for action b : to rouse from depression or weakness intransitive verb 1 : to come together again to renew an effort 2 : to join in a common cause

A post shared by Ziggy Marley (@ziggymarley) on Jun 4, 2018 at 10:45am PDT

The reason why Bob Marley’s loss was so devastating for the Jamaican community was because he advocated for a symbol of unity. Ziggy recalls that even when they moved out of the ghetto, his father would bring them back to their roots and do things like play soccer or just hangout there. Ziggy states that even when his father grew in popularity, he still remained “one of the people.”

Today in 1976, Bob and the Wailers played Grona Lund in Stockholm, Sweden as part of the #RastamanVibration tour! #todayinbobslife

A post shared by Bob Marley (@bobmarley) on Jun 10, 2018 at 10:00am PDT

Ziggy is currently following in his father’s footsteps as a musician and vocalist specializing in reggae. Additionally, he often advocates for unity around the world and promotes it in his shows and on his social media.

He also supports non-profit organizations for children who are less fortunate, including Little Kids Rock, which provides free musical instruments and lessons to children who cannot afford it.

#REBELLIONRISES . JAH CALL UPON ALL PEOPLE TO REJECT THE PRINCIPLES OF HATE .

A post shared by Ziggy Marley (@ziggymarley) on Jul 4, 2018 at 7:08am PDT

Ziggy has recently released a brand new studio album in May of this year called Rebellion Rises. He states that it is a ‘politically and socially relevant’ piece of work. He surely is staying active in the music industry and making his father proud!

yesterday’s performance on the #latelateshow with @j_corden find it on #youtube if you missed it last night check my story for the link #rebellionrises👍🏾 JAH

A post shared by Ziggy Marley (@ziggymarley) on May 23, 2018 at 7:59am PDT

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