Bob Marley’s first born has become a master songsmith in his own right. And, like his father, Ziggy has the knack for introspection and global awareness. His new solo album, the second after ten years with The Melody Makers, was written in locations around the planet. Over reggae grooves and African percussion, Ziggy meditates on universal themes like brotherhood, spirituality and of course … love. His devotion to the power of love inspired the album’s title track. The song tells the story of “a man, searching for inspiration, being tempted by different influences and then finding his own path in love and freedom."
Its message of unity is something which Ziggy believes “needs to be preached in the churches, mosques and synagogues.” The disc finds Ziggy Marley, on the road to his own spiritual enlightenment where ‘Love Is My Religion’
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