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I want to come to Ethiopia and sing about peace – Julian Marley

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The renowned reggae craftsman Julian Marley to act in Ethiopia on October 2 at Ghion Hotel. Julian Ricardo Marley (conceived 4 June 1975) is a British Jamaican reggae performer, musician, maker, and philanthropic. He is the child of reggae music symbols Bob Marley, and Lucy Pounder. He emulates his dad’s example and is a faithful Rastafarian who utilizes his music to rouse his life and otherworldliness.

He has gotten two Grammy grant designations. Marley’s adolescence was spent in England and Jamaica. Melodic since the beginning, he figured out how to play the console, drums, bass, guitar, among different instruments. Alongside his siblings Ziggy Marley and Stephen Marley, he became associated with Ghetto Youth International, a creation organization, in 1989. Marley delivered an independent collection.

Lion in the Morning, in 1996 and set out on a world visit. He and his sibling Damian Marley visited with the Lollapalooza celebration in 1997. His subsequent collection, A Time and Place, was delivered in 2003. In 2008, the Jamaican government welcomed Marley and the Uprising band to address Jamaica and perform at the Beijing Olympics.

His third collection, Awake (delivered in 2009), was named for a lofty Grammy Award in the Best Reggae Album classification. In 2011, he partook in the Mawazine celebration that occurred at [[Rabat, Morocco]. In January 2013, he played out a reggae show in Dhaka, Bangladesh.