Many rising musicians who draw inspiration from legendary reggae artiste, Bob Marley were not even alive when he lived.
Bob Marley died of cancer complications on May 11, 1981.
The musician who was also widely regarded as one of the biggest political and spiritual musician of the era released a total of 15 albums in all.
Including one post humus album, his studio albums totaled 13 : The Wailing Wailers (1965), Soul Rebels (1970), Soul Revolution (1971), The Best of The Wailers (1971), Catch a Fire (1973), Burnin’ (1973), Natty Dread (1974), Rastaman Vibration (1976), Exodus (1977), Kaya (1978), Survival (1979) and Uprising (1980) the 13th studio album, Confrontation was released in 1983 two years after his death.
The live albums are Live! (1975) and Babylon by Bus (1978).
Here are five of the evergreen songs from the late Bob Marley.
1. Buffalo Soldier from the 1983 Confrontation album.
2. Africa Unite, 1979 Survival album
3. No woman no cry, 1974 in Natty dread album
4. Is this love, 1978 from Kaya album
5. Redemption song, 1980, Uprising album