Short Biography Ky-Mani Marley is a singer, actor, author, and humanitarian. He was born in 1976 and is the second youngest son of the legendary Bob Marley. He has four albums to his credit: Like Father Like Son, an album featuring cover versions of some of his father's songs; The Journey, which reached #7 on the Billboard Reggae Album charts; Many More Roads, which was nominated for a Grammy for Best Reggae Album; and Radio, which reached #1 on the Billboard Reggae Album charts. In 2009, Ky-Mani started the Love Over All Foundation which is dedicated to the educational development of the youth by creating programs and distribution of grants that help promote positive change in low socioeconomic communities. Ky-Mani released his memoir Dear Dad on February 6, 2010, what would have been his father's 65th birthday. He has also starred in several films, including Shottas, One Love and Haven.
In-depth Biography Following in the legacy of his father's footsteps, Ky-Mani Marley continues on with the pop-reggae sound for which his family is known. Stepping into his Jamaican roots, Marley independently released his debut, The Journey, in 1998. It developed a huge following on the reggae charts as well as some dedication from fans of Bob Marley. The following year, The Journey was eventually re-released in the United States. Many More Records appeared in spring 2001, with Radio following in 2007. Both were released on Artists Only. ~ Mike DaRonco, Rovi