"Bob Marley LEGACY: Rebel Music"

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YouTube recently premiered "Bob Marley LEGACY: Rebel Music" a documentary just shy of 30 minutes about musical icon and Reggae King Bob Marley.

This new masterful documentary, with rare archival footage, is a testimony to the enduring legacy of the Reggae messenger whose music is still inspiring contemporary artists and people all across the world.

The"Bob Marley LEGACY: Rebel Music" documentary features such luminaries as: Chuck D, Smokey Robinson, Jimmy Cliff, Ras Michael, Dr. Cornel West, Don Letts, Ne-Yo, Neville Garrick, Marcia Griffiths, Judy Mowatt, Jon Batiste, Tamika Mallory, Jamila Davis, and many more including members of the Bob Marley Family. The documentary also features three wonderful renditions of Bob's songs by artists Mereba and Johan Lenox and Hispana, Mereba live rendition of "Could You Be Loved", along with Johan Lenox's cover of "Crisis" and Hispana's cover of "Is This Love?" are added bonuses to this fabulous documentary to Mr. "Tuff Gong" Bob Marley.

This documentary is part (episode 8) of "a year-long audio and visual odyssey, featuring 12 newly crafted stories exploring Bob Marley’s impact today. The series will also include Marley Sessions with live covers by today’s artists, and the Visual Legend with 14 all new music videos."

Bob Marley's YouTube channel says this about the Bob Marley LEGACY: Rebel Music documentary:

"Rebel Music presents a global conversation about the importance of Bob Marley’s work as an artist and the power of the medium. Featuring Marley family members grandson Skip and children Damien, Ziggy, Julian, Cedella and Stephen, this episode explores what Bob Marley fought for, who he influenced and why. Also offering insights are modern-day creativity with musicians such as influential Jamaican singer, member of the I-Three’s and activist Judy Mowatt, iconic scholar and activist Dr. Cornel West, music greats Bobby Sessions, Beenie Man, Mereba, Johan Lenox, Bujo Banton, Cee-Lo Green, Chuck D, Ne-Yo, Otis Williams, Hispana, Smokey Robinson, and more."

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