Article Interviews

Interview: Ziggy Marley (Relix Magazine)

Photo by Tim Cardiente Article by Larson Sutton, via Relix. Ziggy Marley envisions his music as an overt expression of love, despite the current political climate. In certain ways, the eight-time Grammy winner has come off as a committed community organizer, calling for action, since his hit...

SELAH MARLEY TALKS SKIN CARE, STAGE FRIGHT, & CREATING ART IN THE AGE OF INSTAGRAM

Photo by Ben Ritter Article via coveteur.com Last month Selah Marley accomplished an elusive feat in the art world: She created a work that people were compelled to see. A Primordial Place, Marley’s sensory installation of floral- and foliage-filled landscapes, drew droves of attendees to Brooklyn’s City Point, garnered attention from...

As Jamaica looks to cash in on cannabis, Rastafarians fear being left out

Image By America Tonight Article via Reuters.com KINGSTON, Jamaica (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Ras Iyah V. describes himself as confrontational, especially with the police. Well known in Jamaica for his outspoken support of the marijuana industry, the Rastafarian - who sports a long, white beard and dreadlocks -...

A Call to Action

Photo courtesy of WME Article by Jesse Serwer, via Richmond Magazine For Ziggy Marley, music and family are inextricable. As the son of global music icon Bob Marley and the longtime frontman of the Melody Makers, his former band with siblings Stephen, Cedella and Sharon, he's always found...

Go Away With … Ziggy Marley

Article by Jae-Ha Kim, via Los Angeles Times As the son of Bob and Rita Marley, Ziggy Marley grew up in Jamaica surrounded by music. "Jamaica is the root of my music," says the Grammy Award-winning musician. "I was born there, I was raised there and...