Marley discusses his career and his newest CD, Fly Rasta, and his debut children’s book, I Love You Too, in this interview for PBS.
Yeah, you have to be creative with it. And it’s like that was one of the things I thought about when I was writing that song in particular. In general, the whole album, you have to be creative. You have to think outside of the box and you have to just use your imagination, metaphors and things like that.
Marley performs the single I Don’t Want To Live On Mars during an appearance on The Queen Latifah Show, from his album Fly Rasta.
Hall interviews Marley about his love for his father, Bob Marley.
What I think it’s a continuous realization as we travel the world the thing that impact most is the amount of love we get because of what my father has done for the world.
Ziggy Marley returns to Conan to perform his latest single, I Don’t Wanna Live on Mars off the album, Fly Rasta.
Marley appears on The Late Show with David Letterman to perform I Don’t Wanna Live On Mars, a track off his latest album, Fly Rasta.
Marley wins Grammy for Best Reggae Album for Ziggy Marley In Concert.
Its awesome. It is overwhelming…we’re a community together.
Marley wins the Grammy for Best Musical Album for Children for Family Time.
Yes, it won the Grammy for Best Children’s Musical Album, which is a great honor. Getting a Grammy for children’s music is a great thing, I believe. It even greater than to win a reggae Grammy, to me. ‘cause we’ve won a few reggae Grammys. But to do this in another so-called category and especially speaking to children t’rough music… that is the ultimate thing for me.
Marley wins the Grammy for Best Reggae Album for Love Is My Religion.
Ziggy And The Melody Makers Marley wins the Grammy for Best Reggae Recording for Conscious Party.
Marley performs Look Who’s Dancing on The Arsenio Hall Show in Los Angeles, California.