Friend of hunger and poor people’s: Bob Marley

Bob Marley is a greatest singer of Africa, especially of Jamaica. His music was the speech of hunger and poor people of Africa. It was also influenced by the social issues of his country. He always struggle his best to consider to have given voice to the particular political and cultural nexus of his country. He achieved most popularity by his undying song, these are "No Women, No Cry", "Stir It Up", "Buffalo Soldier", "Iron Lion Zion"etc.

Bob Marley was born in Jamaica in 1945. His father was a white Jamaican of mixed and English descent and her mother was a Afro-Jamaican. Sometimes he faced critical situations about his own ethnic identity during his life. But he thinks to himself as a mixed descent. He believed that, he is a black African. His every song had a hidden theme that to return to one's country of black people to Zion. Bob fights on behalf’s his homeland within his songs and sings about the struggles of blacks and Africans against tyranny from the West.

Bob  married Rita Anderson In 1966. He  had three children, two of them adopted from Rita's earlier affairs and rest one was different women.

He was a part of the Rastafari progress, whose ethnicity was a key element in the increase of reggae. He became also an keen supporter of Rastafari. During the last period of  Marley’s music was arounded by out of the socially deprived areas of Jamaica and all of Africa.

Though Marley is not present at now but both of the most popular and the most misunderstood figures in modern culture follow him.

That Jamaican was died at Florida, USA on 11 may,1981 only aged of 36. It caused by his lungs and brain.

Recently a new video of the song ‘high tied or low tied’ which had sung by Marley in 1970’s, has released.


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