Today, episode four of Bob Marley’s Legacy documentary series was released; this time exploring Bob’s well known love of soccer and his longstanding connection between the game and his music.

Delving deep into the archives, never before told anecdotes are revealed on Bob’s life and his impact on the world. Rhythm of the Game is available on Bob Marley’s Official YouTube Channel.


In this digital era, Bob Marley remains one of the most followed posthumous artists on social media, and MARLEY75 will serve to bring his music and message to the digital foreground, reaching new audiences and perspectives with innovative content and groundbreaking technology. Special live events, exclusive digital content, recordings, exhibitions, plus rare and unearthed treasures will also be revealed throughout the year. Bob Marley’s music continues to inspire generation upon generation, as his legacy lives on through his message of love, justice and unity, a sentiment needed more than ever in 2020. In conjunction with Tuff Gong and UMe, a division of the Universal Music Group, the Marley family will continue to ensure the highest quality, integrity and care is taken to honor Bob’s legacy and to celebrate one of the 20th century’s most important and influential figures.


On June 4th, Bob Marley & The Wailers “Live At The Rainbow” will be live-streamed on Bob Marley’s Official YouTube Channel.
 The concert will be shown in the exact running order officially for the first time since initially performed, will be streamed in its entirety on the Bob Marley YouTube channel June 4th at 
12pm PT/ 3pm ET / 8pm BST exactly 43 years to the day it took place. The live-stream includes rarely-seen footage, including a magical live performance of “Burnin’ and Lootin” as well as newly unearthed footage taken backstage.


In other news, the official video for “Is This Love” from Bob Marley & The Wailers’ 1978 album, Kaya has been remastered in HD. The video was originally filmed at the Keskidee Youth Centre in London and features a special appearance by a then 9-year-old Naomi Campbell.

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