Please Consider Supporting my Channel by becoming a Patron if you appreciate the Content: https://www.patreon.com/teachdem PayPal: https://paypal.me/TeachDem Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQrRxeXJ5R_qQnpxf1IlePQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teachdem16/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dem_teach Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teach.dem.583 Email: email@example.com The purpose of this video is to explore the details of Bob's relationships and female conquests, his longstanding relationship with former Miss World Cindy Breakespeare, his trysts with other women, and the children that were born out of his escapades. Rita and Bob's Children At 11 a.m. February 10, 1966, after dating for nearly a year, Bob married Rita; the couple got married in the home of an Anderson family friend. Bob was 21 and his bride was 19 at the time. Together, Rita and Bob had five children or something of the sort: Sharon, Cedella, Ziggy, Stephen and Stephanie. . Cindy Breakespeare The woman most often linked with Bob, other than Rita or his mother Cedella, is Cindy Breakespeare. A former clerk at the Sheraton in Kingston and a dancer at the Dizzi Disco, Cindy first met Bob when the two became tenants at Chris Blackwell's house on 56 Hope Road during the early 1970's, when Cindy was only a teenager. They occupied different rooms in different areas of the house. Don Taylor asserts that Bob had made many passes at Cindy but it was not until he became famous and owner of the house that she paid him any attention. Janet Dunn (Hunt) A club dancer, Janet met Bob Marley sometime in the 1970's. Literature on her origins and her first encounter with the King of Reggae is nearly nonexistent. In fact, there is even a discrepancy over her name. In Catch a Fire Timothy White credits Janet Hunt with giving birth to Rohan Marley, whereas the Wailer family tree lists his mother as Janet Dunn. Whatever the case may be, little is known of Bob’s affair with this woman. Born in May 1972 to Janet, Rohan was later brought by Bob to stay with Rita at the age of four because his mother was not properly caring for him. Pat Williams In 1970, Bob began a relationship with a woman from Trenchtown named Pat, and again sources are conflicting as she is referred to as "Pat" in Songs of Freedom but referred to as "Lucille Williams" in Catch a Fire. She came to know Bob through her stays at 56 Hope Road. On one particular evening, she approached the n@ked Bob in the moonlight. There in the yard she seduced him. Bob was so affected by the tryst that the next morning he wrote the lyrics to "Midnight Ravers" on a Kingston telephone book. The rendezvous bore a child Robbie, who was born in 1972. Eventually Robbie also fell under Rita’s care Janet Bowen Little is also known of this "baby mother" many sources doesnt even list a last name, simply referring to her as "Janet in England". She gave birth to Bob’s daughter Karen in 1973. Karen lived in Jamaica with her great grandmother in Harbor View, St. Andrew where she attended school. Eventually she became a regular visitor of the Marley clan Lucy Pounder A resident of Barbados, Lucy gave birth to Julian Marley on June 4, 1975. She raised her son in London and often brought him to visit Rita and Bob in Jamaica and Miami. Anita Belnavis In 1977 Anita, the Caribbean table tennis champion gave birth to son Ky-mani Marley. Little is known about this woman. Ky-mani spent summers with his father and surrogate mother Rita and moved to Jamaica in 1992. Yvette Crichton Yvette is the last woman with whom Bob is officially recognized as fathering a child. Out of their union was born Makeda Jahnesta Marley in 1981. By 1992, Makeda was a regular at Rita’s house and later became a beneficiary of the Marley estate. Conclusion The greatest reggae artist of all time certainly kept a busy life. Perhaps several early signs foretold this aspect of his life. mother Cedella the story, she replied "Yuh fadda de cause of plenty-plenty grief and travail". Perhaps, like his father, Bob also caused the mothers of his children grief and pain. About the lack of clarity regarding Bob’s affairs, Timothy White offers "No one who was connected with Marley, no matter how intimately, had a complete picture of the man. The network of restrictive confidences that Marley developed over the years was extensive, encompassing business arrangements, extramarital affairs, daily comings and goings, and songwriting collaborations." Yes, Bob Marley, fathered many children and had numerous lovers.. Yet, he held himself financially responsible to the children that were born from his encounters. As evidenced by the positive works written about Marley and his ongoing influence on the world, Marley’s legend lives on, be it through his children, or his music and positive messages. Gilly Gilbert, Bob’s Ital cook, says "Whatever Bob do, Bob do more right than wrong
Wife and children Bob Marley had a number of children: three with his wife Rita, two adopted from Rita's previous relationships, and several others with different women. The Bob Marley official website acknowledges eleven children. Those listed on the official site are: 1.Sharon, born November 23, 1964, to Rita in previous relationship 2.Cedella born August 23, 1967, to Rita 3.David "Ziggy", born October 17, 1968, to Rita 4.Stephen, born April 20, 1972, to Rita 5.Robert "Robbie", born May 16, 1972, to Pat Williams 6.Rohan, born May 19, 1972, to Janet Hunt 7.Karen, born 1973 to Janet Bowen 8.Stephanie, born August 17, 1974; according to Cedella Booker she was the daughter of Rita and a man called Ital with whom Rita had an affair; nonetheless she was acknowledged as Bob's daughter 9.Julian, born June 4, 1975, to Lucy Pounder 10.Ky-Mani, born February 26, 1976, to Anita Belnavis 11.Damian, born July 21, 1978, to Cindy Breakspeare 12.Makeda was born on May 30, 1981, to Yvette Crichton, after Marley's death. ] lists her as Marley's child, but she is not listed as such on the Bob Marley official website. 13.also list Imani Carole, born May 22, 1963 to Cheryl Murray; but she does not appear on the official Bob Marley website
Cindy Breakspeare, is a Jamaican jazz musician and former model. She was crowned Miss World 1976, and is the mother of Grammy-winning reggae musician Damian Marley, born in 1978, with Bob Marley.
Full Interview: https://goo.gl/qwWkSH Part 1: https://goo.gl/GCphTn Part 3: https://goo.gl/a9qBwB Part 4: https://goo.gl/NzWmqg Part 5: https://goo.gl/TU5E8Z In this clip, Damian Marley discusses how his parents met and the untimely death of his iconic father, Bob Marley. Damian recalls early moments of his childhood with his older siblings and reflects on how those relationships were fostered. He also reveals the origin of his nickname Jr. Gong, and how dancehall music deeply influenced his style of music today. While unpacking the backstory to his second album, Halfway Tree, Marley goes in depth about how oppression and social inequity dominates his music. He talks about how his life, though privileged, lay at the crux of the "Halfway Tree" which divided Damian's town in Jamaica along class lines.
Another rare and unreleased track by the legend Bob Marley. A great love song !
Cindy talks about her 3 greatest things in her life, Damian being one of them and the other two being her daughter and other son.
Damian Marley Lifestyle, Income, Career, House, Cars & Net Worth Damian Marley Lifestyle, Income, Career, House, Cars & Net Worth #DamianMarley Damian Robert Nesta "Jr. Gong" Marley is a Jamaican reggae recording artist. Damian is the youngest son of reggae legend Bob Marley. Damian was 2 years old when his father died; he is the only child born to Marley and Cindy Breakspeare, Miss World 1976 SUBSCRIBE✔ LIKE✔ COMMENT✔ SHARE✔ I declare that all slideshow belong me. Photos all are taken from Google Image search and using advanced image search option.All images were fairly used during the making of this video for entertainment purposes. We donot garuntee that all information is correct.It is an Estimate Price. We do not mean to victimize anybody emotionally. Thanks to Google for providing this beautiful and related pictures. Information has been collected from WIKIPEDIA. Every information is taken from google & Sources to collect those images, usage rights: "free to use, share or modify. Thanks to google for the information. Music : Bensound.com Graphics : No Copyright Motion Graphics Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b..
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Bob Marley is considered as one of the greatest legends in music and is still worshipped by millions. This reggae superstar captivated audiences worldwide with songs that had strong political message. Let us look into 10 facts about Bob Marley which you probably did not know. 1. Palm Reader - Bob Marley could read palms from the age of 4. And most of his readings usually came true. However, this skill of Bob Marley left his mother a little disturbed! 2. Imprisoned for 1 month - Bob Marley was imprisoned for one month on charges of possession of marijuana. He made friends with a lot of prisoners there who inspired him to write songs with a social message. 3. White Boy - Did you know that Bob Marley was known as white boy in his native Kingston. A lot of people assume Bob was black and are surprised to discover he had a white father, which led to Kingston locals nicknaming him “white boy”. His mixed raced origins, clearly visible in his facial skin, were always a sore point, though it is perhaps why Marley had such a resilient personality. 4. Too Good - Outrageous though it may seem, Marley was once sacked for being too talented and charismatic a musician. In 1973, Sly Stone invited Marley and the Wailers on a 17 date tour around the US. But Sly decided to dismiss his opening act only after four shows, since they were drawing in all the attention from crowds, leaving the headliners out in the cold. They played five shows together - two in Florida, as well as Kentucky, Colorado, and Las Vegas - where Sly left them and their luggage on the side of the road. 5. Mr. World - While Marley is revered around the globe and has officially fathered eleven children, there is another reason while Marley can be considered Mr World. He entered into a serious romantic relationship with Miss World 1976, Cindy Breakspeare, who went on to mother Grammy-award winning musician Damian Marley. 6. Soccer lover - Marley adored the beautiful game – so much so, that at his funeral the singer was buried with both a Les Paul guitar and a football. He’d play around in recording studios during downtime, and made the Jamaican international footballer Allan “Skill” Cole his tour manager. 7. Big Heart - Once he’d found success Marley became extremely generous with his money. Having grown up in a poor family in Jamaica he knew how difficult it was to get by. He decided to put his goodwill into practice by buying houses for friends and supported many of the poor in Jamaica. 8. Greatest Reggae star of all time - Bob Marley and the Wailers’s album Legend is the best-selling reggae album of all-time with over 15 million copies sold in the United States and an estimated 25 million copies sold globally. The album was ranked number 46 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. As of today it has spent a total of 348 non consecutive weeks on the Billboard album chart - the fourth longest run in history. 9. Greatest friend - Vincent Ford, Marley’s friend who ran a soup kitchen in Trenchtown, the main ghetto in Kingston, Jamaica (where they grew up together), is listed as the composer of the song, ‘No Woman, No Cry’. Marley attributed the songwriting credits to Ford, in an unprecedented act of generosity, ensuring the survival and continual running of his soup kitchen through the royalty cheques until Fords death in 2008. 10. Devout believer - Bob Marley once injured the toenail of his right big toe during a football game, and the wound had trouble healing properly. Eventually, a malignant melanoma was discovered – a dangerous type of cancer – and although doctors recommended that it be amputated, he refused on religious grounds. Marley was a devout Rastafari believer. The tumour then spread, which ultimately caused his death. So those were the 10 things about Bob Marley – the greatest reggae star! If you like the video please hit the like button and share the video with your friends! Also, do not forget to subscribe to the channel if you like to see similar videos in the future from our channel. And as always thanks for watching! Mandeville by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100809 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Some Amazing Video Links: 5 Cases where Wild Animals saved Humans https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhneeCCBub4 5 Real Miracles Caught on Camera https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkTx6AxHB-Q 6 Tiny Mistakes that changed History of the World https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AScfpKMrl3g
Nice little clip about Damian Marley. | Демиан Марлей. Тем кто любит музыку регги. 4 all who love reggae misic http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=pacnord Damian Robert Nesta "Jr. Gong" Marley (born July 21, 1978) is a three-time Grammy Award winning Jamaican reggae artist. Damian is the youngest son of Bob Marley. Damian was two years old when his father, Bob Marley, died; he is the only child born to Marley and Cindy Breakspeare, Miss World 1976. Damian's nickname Junior Gong is derived from his father's nickname of Tuff Gong. Marley has been performing since the age of 13. He cultivates, along with most of his family, a full-time career in music.