Jul 29, 2014
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Posts tagged: Ziggy Marley

LargeUp Interview: Akashic Books’ Johnny Temple on Bringing Caribbean Stories To The World


Words by Jesse Serwer—
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Toppa Top 10: The Top Ten Summertime Festivals

Words by LargeUp Crew, Photo by Martei Korley—
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GIVEAWAY: Win Tix, Be Photographer For A Day At UCLA JazzReggae Fest

Words by LargeUp Crew—

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Visual Culture: Peter Simon’s “Reggae Bloodlines” Show

Words by Jesse Serwer—

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Peter Simon is one of few photographers who have documented reggae from its early days all the way through the present. His photos of people like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Toots and Sly and Robbie are some of reggae’s most iconic images, and his work illustrated one of the earliest and best known books on reggae, 1977′s Reggae Bloodlines: In Search of the Music and Culture of Jamaica.

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Audio: Stream “Treat You Right” From Ziggy’s Son, Daniel Marley

Words by Jesse Serwer—

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Ghetto Youths International’s Set Up Shop, Volume 1 is out today and, while the compilation features a whole heap of tracks from album producer Damian Marley, including the brand-new “Dem Neva Make It” and the not-so-new “Affairs of the Heart,” and a heavyweight collaboration from Stephen Marley, Buju and Akon, one of the tracks that’s got us pressing repeat comes from the next generation of Marley kids.

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Roots, Rockstars, Reggae: Bob Marley Tribute at the Grammys

Words by Emily Shapiro

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Last week, Beyonce repped hard for Caribbean music when she hit the stage at the Super Bowl so we were hyped to hear that the Grammys would be following suit with a tribute to the one and only Bob Marley, who would have turned 68 last week (Here’s how we celebrated it). While we were thinking that reggae is having a serious and well-deserved moment in popular culture, the tribute featuring Bruno Mars, Sting, Rihanna, Ziggy and Damian Marley fell a little short of expectations.

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